Why Chelsea Handler’s “Hello Privilege, It’s Me, Chelsea” Isn’t For Black or White People

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“What are you going to do with it other than come into this space and take?”

“I also got the impression that black people are sick and tired of being asked questions about white people’s problems. We need to talk to people who are white and stop asking black people to solve our problems. Because it’s a white person’s problem.”

“The way I think people need to think about it, that we don’t, is understanding that privilege is just the flip-side of oppression or discrimination.”

“Part of me thinks it’s time to move on and knock it off and quit talking about it.”

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