Something I've seen over the years (and re-surfacing lately) is this question of "why are white people the only ones not allowed to celebrate their culture?" This always enrages me, but I've had a hard time articulating why. My instinct was, well what do you mean by white culture? I don't personally feel like I'm part of some broad group of "white culture." Do they mean racist white culture? But now after listening to the videos on white culture and privilege, it is clear to me the reason that question is so absurd is that pretty much all mainstream culture is white culture. It is celebrated every day. People of color, native peoples, and other groups have to fight tooth and nail to have their cultures recognized, to lift their histories and experiences up above the noise of mainstream white culture. And white people, having to hear for a few days about someone else's culture, rise up in anger to say, "what about us?" This is a perfect example of white entitlement. I'm glad I now have a better way to articulate why that is f-ed up and will do so whenever I hear those kinds of questions.