Zetta Elliott guest posts at The Rejectionist, on The Myth of Meritocracy.
"I found myself thinking of other advantages white writers might experience here in the US (though I suspect this also applies to Canada", and Elliott lists sixteen such advantages. She continues: "Really, I’m talking about cultural competence, and that can be demonstrated by anyone who has taken the time to learn about a culture not their own. But as Peggy McIntosh points out, there’s rarely any penalty for whites who choose to remain oblivious."
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