I of course look at this question from the angle of a white person who is sensitive to the fact of my privilege, and thought about leaving this place as the only way to deal with it, till I realize by virtue of my skin color I will NEVER be able to shed myself of my privilege, and must instead find a way to USE it toward the end of eliminating white privilege.
In my own observations of Africans in the US, what I see is that they are sending BILLIONS of US dollars to Africa, which is a wonderfully SUBVERSIVE act, in effect taking JUSTICE into their own hands.
Black people don't get white privilege in the US or anywhere else. So this question is confusing. If you are asking whether black Africans benefit from the relative prosperity of the US, I would say that being poor in the US is one of the more demoralizing experiences one can undergo, to be broke in the land of ridiculous excess is incredibly stressful.
Some Black Africans may have more materially here than they would in Africa, but that does not necessarily translate into privilege. Not at all.
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