Fighting White Supremacy and White Privilege to Build a Human Rights Movement
Loretta Ross presented Fighting White Supremacy and White Privilege to Build a Human Rights Movement as her keynote address at the 2015 White Privilege Conference (WPC). She addresses the foundations of the ideology behind White supremacy, the difference between White supremacy and White privilege, and the development of a new human rights movement. She discusses the role of the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as power relations based on religion, class, gender, and race.
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