The most important thing to know about privilege is that everyone has some form of it. You don’t need to act guilty or remorseful, just do the right thing. But in order to do the right thing and use your privilege, you must know what your privilege is (if it isn't obvious already).
Think about the parts of your identity you worry about the least. Your race, gender, ability, religion, sexual orientation, or identity. Once you've figured that out, it's time to take action.
1. Learn about people who lack that ordinary privilege at work, school, home and in their communities. Read books, watch documentaries, and ask questions:
Some of the world's greatest privileges include:
Please remember, it is not your job to save those who are less privileged. Instead use your privilege to create a restorative society so that they can make their own decisions and speak for themselves.