White Women, Race Matters: The Social Construction of Whiteness

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U of Minnesota Press, 1988 - Prejudices - 552 pages
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"We'll keep bashing the dead White males, and the live ones, and the females too, until the social construct known as the White race is destroyed. Not deconstructed, but destroyed." - Noel Ignatiev, Harvard Professor
"Treason to the White race is Loyalty to Humanity." - Noel Ignatiev, Harvard Professor
"The goal of abolishing the White race is on its face so desirable that some may find it hard to believe that it could incur any opposition other than from committed White supremacists." - Noel Ignatiev, Harvard Professor
How to identify if a commenter is anti-White and is inciting White genocide:
1) They deny there is such a thing as White people or White countries.
2) They scream about how evil White people are or blame them for something or other.
3) They justify White genocide using a thousand different reasons.
4) They demand White genocide/celebrate it.
5) They say pro White dissidents should not be allowed to speak, because we are "evil".
 

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Page 1 - First, o 1 o whiteness is a location of structural advantage, of race privilege. Second, it is a "standpoint," a place from which white people look at ourselves , at others , and at society. ' Third, "whiteness" refers to a set of cultural practices that are usually unmarked and unnamed.
Page 6 - Whiteness refers to a set of locations that are historically, socially, politically, and culturally produced and moreover are intrinsically linked to unfolding relations of domination. Naming 'whiteness' displaces it from the unmarked, unnamed status that is itself an effect of its dominance. Among the effects on white people both of race privilege and of the dominance of whiteness are their seeming normativity, their structured invisibility
Page 1 - In the same way that both men's and women's lives are shaped by their gender, and that both heterosexual and lesbian women's experiences in the world are marked by their sexuality, white people and people of color live racially structured lives. In other words, any system of differentiation shapes those on whom it bestows privilege as well as those it oppresses. White people are "raced,

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