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Author, Blogger, Poet, & CEO Tracy L. Bell is host of "Conversations of a Sistah" on Blog Talk Radio...LIVE every week, bringing you great topics, interesting guests and newsworthy commentary. If you're looking for "Hot topics" then "Conversations Of A Sistah" is the blogtalkradio show for you!

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What is white privilege? It's a term used for associating societal privileges that benefit white people in Western countries beyond what is commonly experienced by non-white people under the same social, political, or economic circumstances. The concept is to analyze how racism and racialized societies affect the lives of white or white-skinned people. Whites in society enjoy advantages that non-whites do not experience, as "an invisible package of unearned assets". White privilege denotes both obvious and less obvious passive advantages that white people may not recognize they have, which distinguishes them from overt bias or prejudice. Join our host Tracy Bell on "Conversations Of A Siatah" at 6:30 p.m.EST for her commentary on "White Privilege in America" Hope you'll join us on the air.
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