White privilege can be a tricky concept to understand. If you've never experienced subtle racism firsthand, you might not be able to recognize how race factors into daily life. This 66-part tweetstorm can help clarify.

On Tuesday, Hannah Lyons, who tweets using the handle @hannvhl, laid out specifically how white privilege functions in American society:

First, she explains what white privilege is and is not:

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And where people who might think it does not exist can find it:

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After offering a number of examples of white privilege, Lyons started integrating responses from people of color into her tweets:

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Their stories are especially moving:

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She includes the perspective of white readers learning about white privilege for the first time:

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Hard to argue that white privilege doesn't exist after reading that.

Danielle Wiener-Bronner is a news reporter.