“White privilege is having the luxury to not see or acknowledge your own privilege.” – Anonymous

“Privilege is when you think something is not a problem because it is not a problem to you personally.” – David Gaider

“White privilege is the unquestioned and unearned set of advantages, entitlements, benefits, and choices bestowed upon people solely because they are white.” – Peggy McIntosh

“Privilege is something that is easy to take for granted, but it is important to recognize and use it for the benefit of others.” – Unknown

“When you’re accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression.” – Anonymous

“White privilege doesn’t mean your life hasn’t been hard; it means your skin color isn’t one of the things making it harder.” – Ijeoma Oluo

“Real change requires acknowledging and addressing the systemic advantages enjoyed by some over others.” – Unknown

“If you aren’t aware of your privilege, then you are exploiting it.” – Unknown

“Privilege is when you can be entertained or educated by a marginalized group without having to think about the reality of their oppression.” – Unknown

“White privilege is being able to go about your daily life without having to think about the color of your skin.” – Unknown

“Recognizing your own privilege doesn’t mean you haven’t faced struggles; it means you understand that others face those same struggles and more.” – Unknown

“Privilege is when you can turn on the television and see people of your race widely represented and not be amazed.” – Unknown

“White privilege is being able to walk away from a conversation about race if it gets uncomfortable, while people of color do not have that luxury.” – Unknown

“Acknowledging white privilege is not an attack; it’s a step towards equality.” – Unknown

“Privilege is having the option to remain silent about social issues without personal consequences.” – Unknown

“Having privilege means using that privilege to amplify the voices of those who have been marginalized.” – Unknown

“White privilege is not feeling the weight of racial stereotypes and prejudices on a daily basis.” – Unknown

“Being aware of your privilege is not enough; it’s important to use it to dismantle the systems and beliefs that uphold inequality.” – Unknown

“Privilege is an invisible weightless knapsack of unearned assets that I can count on cashing in each day.” – Peggy McIntosh

“Privilege is the absence of having to constantly justify your existence and your actions.” – Unknown

“Realizing and understanding white privilege is not about guilt, it’s about responsibility.” – Unknown

“Privilege is when society automatically assumes your competence, while questioning others based on their identity.” – Unknown

“Recognizing white privilege is not an admission of personal wrongdoing, but a commitment to creating a more equitable society.” – Unknown

“Privilege is having the freedom to define or ignore issues that don’t directly affect you.” – Unknown