I felt a little bit uncomfortable when McIntosh was talking in the video about "oppressing" her coworkers inadvertently. She didn't even realize that it was happening. It happens all the time. When she was talking about this, it reminded me of Delpit's "culture of power." As a white woman, McIntosh had power over her black coworkers without realizing it. One of Delpit's five aspects of power is "Those with power are frequently least aware of it - or least willing to acknowledge - its existence. Those with less power are more aware of its existence." (24) I think McIntosh's story is a perfect example of that.
I also found this picture that brought up an important idea. On this woman's forehead it says "We're lucky we're white." I thought that was interesting because why should it make that big of a difference? Should we also feel guilty that we have so much more than people of other races? Why are we born with this "invisible knapsack"? Is there anything we can do to change this?