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Oprah Holds Race Seminar, Claims “Whiteness still gives you an advantage, no matter what”


It’s always baffling when these ultra-rich celebrities lecture average Americans on their “privilege.”

And the latest to join the fray on lessons of America’s racism is none other than Oprah Winfrey!

In her new Apple+ series, Oprah seeks to educate white America on the rampant racism that is present in our society by holding discussions with guests.

Her latest episode details how “whiteness” gives you all sorts of goodies and benefits!

Here’s the report from Fox News on Oprah’s latest show:

Oprah Winfrey discussed the advantages White Americans have over non-White communities in terms of reaching success on her new Apple TV+ series.

The media mogul had an in-depth discussion about climbing the ladder in corporate America on her new show “The Oprah Conversation.” Winfrey’s first episode featured an interview with former NFL player Emmanuel Acho. The episode’s title, “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man: Part 1” is based on the former linebacker’s YouTube series and upcoming book of the same name.

Acho begins the episode with a statement to viewers, explaining that he believes in order for White people to understand systemic racism, it starts with having an understanding of the “full level of pain” Black citizens experience.

“I fervently believe that if the White person is your problem, only the White person can be your solution,” Acho said on-camera via The Washington Times.

Acho went on to say that, in America specifically, White people “run America.”

“CEOs, Fortune 500 companies, execs, ownership, they run America,” he continued. “Not an individual person, but collective White people.”

Winfrey echoed Acho’s comments by stating that while there are White Americans who “are not as powerful” as the system of White people as a whole, they are still at an advantage.

“No matter where they are on the rung or the ladder of success, they still have their Whiteness,” Winfrey said.

The television executive went on to define White privilege in her own terms.

“You still have your Whiteness,” she added. “That’s what the term ‘White privilege’ is. It means that Whiteness still gives you an advantage, no matter what,”

This is a woman who’s latest records show she’s worth around $2.6 billion!

And yet she has the audacity to point the finger at ordinary Americans, many whom are struggling in this economy due to the COVID pandemic.

Check out what’s trending on Twitter about Oprah’s “wisdom” for whites:

Make no mistake that Oprah is simply venting the thoughts of liberals nationwide.

They hate America.

They want to see it destroyed.

Reuters details how Oprah's show will continue to focus on the topic of race:

Oprah Winfrey is returning to her talk show format with a new series on Apple TV+, whose first episodes will focus on racism in the United States, Apple Inc (AAPL.O) and Winfrey announced on Monday.

“The Oprah Conversation” will debut July 30. It will feature Winfrey and Ibram X. Kendi, author of the best-selling book “How To Be an Antiracist,” speaking with white people about racism, Apple and Winfrey said in a statement.

“It’s time to bring humanity back to the conversation,” Winfrey, one of the most influential women in the United States, said on Twitter. Winfrey said she hoped to have “conversations that unite us - not divide us.”

The first episode will be free to stream on Apple TV+ and joins two other Apple ventures by Winfrey - “Oprah Talks COVID-19” and “Oprah’s Book Club.”

The new series, which does not have a fixed timetable, will “explore impactful and relevant topics with fascinating thought leaders from all over the world,” the statement said.

It comes during a national reckoning about systemic racism in the United States that has led to nationwide protests for more than two months.

Listen to the clip of Oprah's new show right here:


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