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McIntosh, Peggy. White privilege: Unpacking the invisible knapsack.
Gorski, Paul. Complicating “White Privilege”: Race, poverty, and the nature of the knapsack.
1. On what premise does Peggy McIntosh, in her essay “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack,” base the list of privileges that she experiences? A premise is a statement that conveys an argument around which one’s position is based.
2. List two privileges that she notes in her essay that struck you as especially relevant to our ongoing discussions on race and privilege.
3.Paul Gorski, in his essay, “Complicating ‘White Privilege’: Race, Poverty, and the Nature of the Knapsack,” argues that we need to complicate our discussion of White privilege. How exactly must we complicate our discussion of White privilege, according to Gorski?
4.Why does the issue of complicating White privilege come up for Gorski?
5.How does Paul Gorski’s article comment on Peggy McIntosh’s article?