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The one of the best (and most important) books I've read in a long time. • The last few years have been a big learning curve on my journey of understanding white privilege and institutional racism, and how I can use the former to do my bit to try and dismantle the latter. This book is another part of this journey. • "[W]hite privilege is an absence of the consequences of racism. An absence of structural discrimination, an absence of your race being viewed as a problem first and foremost, an absence of 'less likely to succeed because of my race'. It is an absence of funny looks directed at you because you're believed to be in the wrong place, an absence of cultural expectations, an absence of violence enacted on your ancestors because of the colour of their skin, an absence of a lifetime of subtle marginalisation and othering - exclusion from the narrative of being human."

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Reliving our younger days by visiting Bakehouse at 3am

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