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White privilege: what it is, what it means and why understanding it matters

By Nuraan Davids, Professor of Philosophy of Education, Stellenbosch University
Karolyn Tyson, Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Kevin Driscoll, Assistant Professor of Media Studies, University of Virginia
Magali Della Sudda, Research scientist, Sciences Po Bordeaux
Veronica Terriquez, Associate professor, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
Vivian Zayas, Professor of Psychology, Cornell University
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A transnational movement for racial justice requires a sensitivity to the specific, local conditions in which race and racism touch the everyday lives of people.

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