's Reflectionzaon Power, Privilege, And Oppression?

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Privilege is a highly controversial topic that is not truly understood by most people. Through reading this paper you will learn about the key points from the article, A Social Worker’s Reflectionzaon Power, Privilege, and Oppression written by Michael S. Spencer and the article White Privilege: Unpacking The Invisible Knapsack by Peggy McIntosh. The paper will include my personal beliefs on the topic of privilege and even some of my own personal privilege that are in my knapsack that have helped me along my way in life. There will also be a point where I have the ability to inform you about how privilege affect people and how they can positively affect people who do not receive them. Privileges impacts many groups of people in many different ways. Privilege affects people in a number of different ways and many people do not truly understand how these privileges affect those who they do not include. In the story, A Social Worker’s Reflection on Power, Privilege, and Oppression, Michael S. Spencer touches on some very important details when it comes to oppression, power, and privilege of different groups. The impacted groups can include those made up of people who are racially diverse, those who are a different gender or those who are part of the LGBT community. (Spencer) Each …show more content…

Spencer, and White Privilege: Unpacking The Invisible Knapsack by Peggy McIntosh, a better understanding of oppression and how it relates to privilege when it comes to diverse groups of people can be attained. As the paper went on you learned about the programs that are available for those who needed the support. The reader was informed about programs available for those who need support. I included my thoughts on privilege and how it affects me as well as others. I was even able to share my ideas of how these privilege are still beneficial to those without the privilege of which we

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