I've been reading a lot of these replies to your question maxdancona and it disturbs me a little bit that people think that white privilege is no longer a thing. I mean no disrespect to anyone but I just can't agree with that thought.
I am a white woman and I know the privilege that goes along with that.
Just one example of the inequalities women of color face is that on average white women get paid 80% of what white men are paid and on average black women receive 63% of what white men get paid. It is also proven that black women work more than white women and yet they still earn less.
Not just in payment is there inequality but also in feminism. In the second-wave feminist movement many of the leading voices focused only on the white upper class woman's problems and it wasn't till the third-wave feminist movement that more women of color were being heard and recognized for their contributions to the feminist theory.
Socioeconomic status also shows how minorities experience more hardships then whites. African Americans, Hispanics, and other minority groups experience higher poverty rates, are more likely to attend high-poverty schools, have worse overall health (which may stem from economic determinants, education, geography and neighborhood, environment, lower quality care, inadequate access to care, inability to navigate the system, provider ignorance or bias, and stress), and much more.
To claim that white privilege is over is to close your eyes to injustice.
Racism is still rampant within American and other cultures and societies. Racism influences one's oppression just as gender, class status, disability, sexual orientation affect it. All these things are intertwined, a person's overlapping identities impact the way they experience oppression.
Compared to women of minorities I know i am more likely to be hired for a job, will earn more, will be more likely to live in a low poverty neighborhood, will more likely to have better health. The facts are all there if you just look at them. If you do not believe me I encourage you to do research on your own and I implore you to see things from a different perspective. Sometimes the truth is hard to believe, hard to bear, but it is the truth that opens our eyes to the realities of life and pushes us to form opinions that are well rounded and open minded.