f901c92b44 McIntosh was also a part of the film "Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible".[specify]. Nor did I think of any of these perquisites as bad for the holder. ^ a b c d McIntosh, Peggy. 2014. Describing white privilege makes one newly accountable. Retrieved 7 October 2014. Whiteness protected me from many kinds of hostility, distress and violence, which I was being subtly trained to visit, in turn, upon people of color. I discourage "crosstalk" after panels unless it further clarifies and respects what the panelists have said.
They take both active forms, which we can see, and embedded forms, which as a member of the dominant group one is taught not to see. Random discussion of the exercise usually leads away from experience to generalizations and repetitions of the same opinions people came into the session with. ^ a b c d e f McIntosh, Peggy. Retrieved 14 May 2014. I can be pretty sure that my neighbors in such a location will be neutral or pleasant to me. ^ McIntosh, Peggy. WCW Researchers. Yet some of the conditions I have described here work systematically to overempower certain groups. They lack nuances and flexibility. I call this "the autocratic administration of time in the service of democratic distribution of time." But without rigorous use of a watch or timer, Serial Testimony can be as undemocratic as any other form of discussion.