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What white privilege?


Children of European immigrants work sorting coal from slate in Pennsylvania, circa 1911

The following picture is from Pennsylvania in 1911. The children are working at a coal mine separating coal from slate. Most are from immigrant families. Their father’s were likely toiling away underground, while they sorted the coal as it came out. The child’s income was needed to provide enough food for the family. They didn’t receive free health care, food stamps, and subsidized housing like today’s illegal aliens. White immigrants had none of these amenities.

Today, non-white immigrants are showered with lavish free amenities. They have it far, far easier than white immigrants did just one hundred years ago. Yet we are supposed to believe in this offensive concept of “white privilege?”

Children of Italian immigrants shining shoes in New York City, circa 1910.