White Fragility

White fragility is a reaction of anger, sadness, disinterest, or withdrawal on the part of a White person when a non-White person talks about racism. White fragility occurs because White people aren't used to talking about race or called out for their racism. Someone showing White fragility wants to be the centre of attention in a conversation where they shouldn't be centred.

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