“Black” should be able to get you the blue disabled parking pass for life
The “More-ness” of Privilege
Joel Leon.

The black people who I know and have worked with are horrified by the idea that their race is a disability. The parking pass is a metaphor for special privileges conferred by the majority and leaves the recipient in a permanently subservient position. As long as you think this way you will be unable to ask for the benefits that others — of all races — take for granted. I would hope that our goal is to encourage all to compete on an equal basis.

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