Intersectionality is Hard for White Folk White people carry the power of white privilege in every conversation on intersectionality. And in all Western spaces, white privilege weighs more than any other privilege. It is heavier than male privilege, wealth and power privileges, able-bodied privilege, neurotypical privilege — you name it, …
On this website, the definition of racism we use is the one from Merriam Webster, especially the 2nd one: “ the systemic oppression of a racial group to the social, economic, and political advantage of another”. Racism is not the same thing as discrimination or prejudice. Commenters are expected to use these terms as defined here.
The resources on racism provided include resources by and for people affected by racism. They also include resources by people affected by racism for those who are not, and by those not affected by racism for those who are not. I see no purpose as someone not affected by racism in educating people who are affected by racism.