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White Privilege Is Real, and Now There’s Research to Prove it
This privilege is felt in nearly every sector of society. In the workforce in employers choosing to interview candidates with “white” names over those with “ethnic” ones. […] And in the justice system, white privilege means African Americans make up 57 percent of the people in state prison for drug offenses, even though blacks and whites use drugs at similar rates and whites sell drugs at higher rates.
When People Say “Black” Instead of “African-American”
“By significant margins, white participants believed that the black applicant was lower status, with less education and less annual income than the African-American applicant.