Analysis Of White Privilege Unpacking The Invisible Knapsack

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From the paper White Privilege Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack by Peggy Mcintosh, we learn how men and especially white males are blinded by the fact that they are indeed privileged over the rest of the universe. Since this is an agriculture class, I believe that are views should be based on the California agriculture work environment. In today's agricultural work environment, we all know that the two main races involved are the Hispanics and Caucasians. With the Caucasians primary the management and owners and the Hispanics typically the general labor workforce. I do not believe that race plays a role in today's agriculture workforce mainly due to the fact white males and woman in the workforce have adapted to the Hispanic culture and