Everyone can identify at least one privilege that they hold; examples may include ability status, education level, wealth, gender identity, job status, marital status, the community that you live in, and more.
There are different levels and layers of privilege in our society. The experiments in the following videos show how people identify their privileges and how each privilege interacts to create levels of “status” that move some people ahead and keep others behind. Consider the self-reflection questions and activities to identify ways that you could use your privilege to promote racial equity and justice in our community
“Understanding White Privilege“
– The Guardian, Rene Eddo-Lodge
“Race & Privilege: A Social Experiment”
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