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Discussion in 'General' started by freedmind2015, Oct 25, 2015.
Have you seen it? If so, do you care to share your observations?
We can say ***** with no repercussion.
That's uh....... That's it
That's privilege though LOL.
I wouldn't say privilege, maybe perks.
Depends on how you look at it tbh. I don't consider using it a privilege but contextually it fits.
At fast food restaurants it does. Sometimes might get a free drink . That Hispanic/Latino privilege definitely exists at Chipotle.
This thread should be entertaining
If there is, I sure as hell haven't used it.
This might be a better way of putting it. Privilege kinda implies you have a stronger built in advantage
But what are really the best "perks" doe. Being able to say the "n-word" without getting in trouble
On the basketball court, sure.
that's definitely about it.
Agreed with "Perks".
came in to say, in athletics, yes...some athletics...
Not in America.
I can agree with sports
Depends on the sport. If we are talking about Black people (American Black dudes), we are talking about fast twitch sports.
I wouldn't really say anything else other than those we are at a PRIVILEGE.
Hispanic/Latino privilege ...I remember going to a neighborhood fast food spot I frequent one night, and the females had a day off and came in from the neighborhood bar with friends. Two car loads deep, they entered the restaurant grabbing cups for free drinks, free food, and all behind the counter making their own meals. While the managers watched.
Blacks don't have advantages that other groups do not?