I chose the article "White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack" by Peggy McIntosh.
Reflection: Just the other day I was at a store where I had to use my new debit card. My other one had been hacked and I was scammed out of almost all my money and it was a huge ordeal so I had to get another card. I had or thought I had activated the card prior to using it but apparently I hadn't and was so embarrassed when my card was declined but the lady was so nice about it after I explained what had happened and ended up just paying cash. After reading this article and all the privileges McIntosh talks I realized that had a been of a different race the women behind the counter probably would've judged the fact that my card was declined and wouldn't have believed my activation dilemma.
This article really made me think about all the different scenarios I've been in where if I was of a different race I would probably have been treated differently. It's this white privilege that we are unaware about until we actually think about it and look at things from another persons perspective. If I was out to dinner I might get served quicker as a white human as opposed to people of other races and the waitress might be a lot nicer to me. I know that's not always the case and I could be totally wrong but I guess that's because I am white and haven't had to experience people treating me worse because of my skin color.
The website where that picture came from is http://unfaircampaign.org/ and is actually filled with cool stuff!