The Narrative of Privilege

The narrative of privilege, itself, can often feel overplayed. But this is a great post. It talks about the opportunity some of us get and some of us don’t, not who the person is getting the opportunity or not getting it. Those who read this, most likely, all of them are privileged.

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3 thoughts on “The Narrative of Privilege

  1. It is a very “thoughtful” post. Yes we can have privilege, but what had really dumbfounded me is how 2 siblings can be raised with in the same environment, parents and opportunities and have such different outcomes, perspectives, and lives???

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