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Being white in America has long been treated, at least by white people, as too familiar to be of much interest. It's been the default identity, the cultural wallpaper - something described, when described at all, using bland metaphors like milk and vanilla and codes like "cornfed" and "all-American."
White People Are Noticing Something New: Their Own Whiteness 
Added 6 months ago by Jarrett Fuller
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White People Are Noticing Something New: Their Own Whiteness 
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Being white in America has long been treated, at least by white people, as too familiar to be of much interest. It's been the default identity, the cultural wallpaper - something described, when described at all, using bland metaphors like milk and vanilla and codes like "cornfed" and "all-American."
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