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White Privilege-Answers Question1 In the article The Matter of Whiteness by Richard Dyer he mentions that racial imagery is central to the organization of the modern world I believe Richard Dyer is trying to communicate to us that like everything in the world there is the top of the food chain and the bottom as well In this case I believe Richard is referring to white dominance in the world today He uses examples of race being a factor in instances of housing medical aid and even who wages war or whom it will be waged upon I believe this to be true because if we look at the out scope of the world today most of the third world countries are non-white ethnicity Though the author points out that race doesnt always come into play but it is never a factor to be dismissed I agree with this outlook because of several issues that are happening in the world A perfect example in my opinion is the debt relief of monetary debts to third world countries by the International Monetary bank which will not forgive these debts to these third world countries Some of the countries that are involved in this institution are the United States Switzerland and England All white run institution that keep these third world countries in poverty not being able to let them perspire in the world Another example I can point out about racial imagery is occurs within our own country White men have always held the office of the president of the United States We have yet to see a black candidate come to be nominated as the final runner I believe if our country is to show the world that we are truly the leaders in equal rights we must start to make some moves in our leadership for non-white ethnics Question2 In the article Failing to See by Harlon Dalton he suggests
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