Smelling whiteness

“White privilege is not just ‘in the head.’ It also is ‘in’ the nose that smells, the back, neck, and other muscles that imperceptibly tighten with anxiety, and the eyes that see some but not all physical differences as significant.” – SHANNON SULLIVAN

Sullivan, S. (2006). Revealing whiteness: The unconscious habits of racial privilege. Indiana University Press, p. 188.

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