Affirming Non-white is NOT Equivalent to Denying White

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White privilege is something a white person enjoys by virtue of his/her skin color. No white person gets discriminated BECAUSE of his/her white skin color, the way a non-white person frequently is, for instance. No white person is denied something BECAUSE of his/her skin color, the way a non-white person frequently is, to give another example.

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(Structural) Privilege And Khas Privilege

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Structural privilege in Nepal is Khas privilege and, as such, enjoyed by all Khas Nepalese. No Khas Nepalese suffer BECAUSE they are Khas. That is a privilege ALL Khas enjoy. Non-Khas Nepalese, however, suffer in a number of ways BECAUSE they are non-Khas.

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The Blinding Effect of Structural Privilege

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Social structure propped up, supported and perpetuated by Nepal's very highly patriarchal caste system has given rise to a bureaucractic and political--and other--systems that's characterized by deplorable structural inequality, which many of those responsible aren't able to understand or, if they do, will not acknowledge.

But there is a solution!

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What is Privilege in Nepal?

What is Privilege in Nepal?
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What does privilege in Nepal look like? Here's an exercise to visually and dramatically show that.

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