As a white person, understanding my white culture has always been a foreign concept. We never learned about whiteness - what that meant, what cultural identities were tied to is, or how it allowed us to move in the world. It was discussed in terms of heritage - being (mostly) and looking Irish/German, those were identified as part of who we are. In addition, there was pride in the knowledge that we were also part Native American, Pequot & Delaware Indian, this connection had been told within the family and has yet to be fully confirmed. It is interesting to me that within our white family, being part Native was looked at as exotic, unique, and alluring, which seemed to be a drastic contrast to what Native Americans experience. As a parent, trying to raise anti-racist children, this section has me reflecting on how we have taught about their white privilege and about racism, but I don't really know where to begin with teaching them about their white culture, because I am unsure as to what that actually is, apart from the race that created/participates/supports system of oppression.