Paulos is back to blogging on multiculturalism again. He has begun a series on critiqueing Peggy McIntosh's essay, "Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack." There is a little more history in this blog entry.
What I don't understand, is what good do people like McIntosh intend when arguing that white's have privileges that those in other races do not. What does it accomplish beyond divisiveness? What good does it do but draw lines of distinction? Oughtn't we be more concerned about finding common ground and affirm the good, rather than focus on the bad?