1. Race-based employment discrimination.
This includes the hiring process, where race can be used as a factor in determining who gets hired and who does not.
2. The wealth gap between White people and other racial groups.
White people have, on average, higher incomes than other racial groups and greater access to wealth-building opportunities.
3. Educational opportunities for Whites are not the same for other races.
White people have greater access to higher-quality education and more educational resources, such as Advanced Placement courses, than other racial groups.
4. Media representation of different races favors Whiteness over other racial identities.
White people are more often represented in the media, while other racial identities may be marginalized or ignored completely.
5. Access to healthcare and public services where Whiteness is privileged over all other racial identities.
White people often have easier access to healthcare and public services than other racial groups due to systemic racism.
6. Immigration policies that privilege White people while restricting access to those of different racial backgrounds.
White people often have more opportunities for immigration than other racial groups due to systemic racism.
7. Access to political power and voice in society is often based on race-based factors like wealth or skin color.
White people are more likely to have access to political power and a voice in society due to their skin color or wealth.
8. Criminal justice disparities and police brutality against Black people as a result of systemic racism.
White people are more likely to be given leniency in the criminal justice system due to their race, while Black people are more likely to face harsher sentences or police brutality.
9. Housing policies create residential segregation along racial lines due to income gaps related to race.
White people often have access to higher-quality housing due to their income, whereas other racial groups may be forced to live in poorer neighborhoods or face discrimination from landlords.
10. Interpersonal discrimination is based on skin color or hair texture.
White people may be subject to less interpersonal discrimination than other racial identities because of their skin color or hair texture.
11. Cultural appropriation by white people without recognition of its origin.
White people may take part in cultural appropriation without recognizing its origin, thereby erasing or diminishing the importance of minority cultures. This can be done through wearing traditional clothing, using slang words, or engaging in other activities without giving credit to their source.