If you’re still wondering what exactly white privilege looks like, these photos paint a stark picture.

For over two weeks now, many cities across the US have seen Black Lives Matter protests.

“I can’t breathe,” they yell, referring to the last words the unarmed black man, George Floyd, spoke before his death.

Floyd died after a former officer knelt on the back of his neck for over eight minutes during an arrest.

And since then, his death has sparked ’emotional protests’ worldwide.

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Many people felt disgruntled by restrictions put in place to flatten the curve of the coronavirus pandemic.

And thousands took to the streets in major cities demanding their freedom and reopening of stores.

They wanted to get haircuts and play golf. And in the most extreme cases, some believed elites enforced pandemic restriction just to control the masses.

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So while many people are fighting for their basic human rights, there are some out there protesting over their haircuts. That’s the shocking reality.

To see pictures of different protesters side-by-side is to see, well… white privilege is portrayed as the most ‘inconvenient’ thing you can imagine.

These photos are real eye-openers. They’re evidence of the division in the society today.

Some of the images also show how ‘destructive’ white privilege can be.

White privilege is a system explicitly to protect white racial privileges, rights and benefits, at the detriment of everyone else. According to Vice, it’s the implicit and systemic advantages white people have relative to those subjected to racism.

Check out these anti-lockdown and Black Lives Matter protests to fully understand what white privilege looks like.

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So let’s hope our society learns to promote peace, equity and justice for everyone, for a better world.