On Privilege, the Multi-Colored Spoon.

Priviledge is not about race, chances are you have some even if you don’t realize it. Changingthelense says

“When I first learned about privilege in the context of being able-bodied, my mind was blown. Up to that point I had thought of improving society for people with disabilities in the context of “making things easier” for them. Now, I understand that improvement lies in a structural reform of societal standards to fully support the different ways people live their lives. I never would have come to that understanding, had I not been able to first understand my own privilege.”

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