The Political Agitator’s response: I have seen white privilege over the years so this is not new to me. Anyone who believe white privilege does not exit is ignant to what is going on around them.
If you are not yet familiar with the term white privilege, here’s your introduction to it
On May 17, 2015 in Waco, Texas, 170 people were arrested after a shootout/brawl in which nine people died and 20 were seriously injured. The story took over the news and was covered in an endless loop for days.
Every single person who was arrested has been released. Not one person has been charged with murder.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is the epitome of white privilege.
Of the 135 people originally ordered to wear GPS ankle monitors, all but 22 have been allowed to remove them, the Waco Tribune-Herald reported Sunday. Their lawyers have reached agreements with prosecutors to modify the conditions of their pre-trial release.
Let’s now juxtapose these men, who killed nine people just a few months ago, up against Kalief Browder, an African-American high school sophomore who was arrested for stealing a man’s backpack. Read on. (Source: Read more)