Building on research started by Peggy McIntosh in the late 1980s, White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack, the service on Sunday, March 19, 2017, will follow a journey of discovering my own white privilege and how to respond. Racism is much more than individual acts of prejudice or discrimination. Racism is a system that covers economic, political, social and cultural structures, actions and beliefs that continue unequal distribution of privileges, resources and power between white people and people of color. When white people are given feedback about racism and respond from a mainstream framework, they may feel insulted, shamed or guilty, leading to actions like avoiding, arguing or denying. Instead, going through a process of discovery and understanding may allow for compassion, curiosity and motivation.