|Essay winner Chet Ellis, 15 (AP)|
- PHOTO: provided by Trey Ellis whose son, Chet Ellis, poses on April 4, 2017, in Westport, CN. Ellis wrote about his experience growing up in an affluent, predominantly white town. He was named the winner Monday night of the town's essay contest on the topic of white privilege (Tommy Fabian/Courtesy of Trey Ellis via AP)
|No one has any privilege.|
How to debunk "myth" of white privilege
I. Rony, Wisdom Quarterly (OPINION)
white privilege. Reduce it to your wrong definition then attack it as demonstrably not true. "I don't have a yacht, I didn't get everything handed to me, I experience hardships too, etcetera. B*tch, moan, and whine about it in a snarky YouTube video or StormFront forum so your fellow whites can agree.
|We're all equal. No one has it any harder.|
After all, everybody's equal now, and no one was born with any advantage or disadvantage -- and if they were, it's their own fault!
|Bill O'Reilly was right|