So then, if there are other terms associated with this 'phenomena' if you agree that there is some sort of problem there, why not just use one of the many other things you just pulled out of your hat and just not use the term 'white privilege'?
The funny thing about language is words and terms fall in and out of favor, but it depends on how much something is used. To me its used as an umbrella term that encompasses all of those words you just used, but at the same time...I can understand how that could be misconstrued as a slap in the face to a white person.
I'm not trying to make this about language, but the connotation seems to be a sticking point. The language I'm seeing is (and maybe I'm interpreting this the wrong way) "I don't agree with any of this because I don't like terms like 'white privilege'" But I'm not really seeing, "I agree with the idea of this, but I don't like the term 'white privilege' lets call it something else." Is it really hard for someone to say something like that? There's a nuance there, but I'm really not seeing that put forth just, "I don't agree with that term, so I WON'T AT ALL" so then it becomes an issue of denial.
Did you have siblings growing up? Have you ever sat at the table and your mother poured you and your sibling a glass of milk? Your brother has more milk than you so you scream "He has more milk than meeee! Its not fair!" Then your mother does the funny dance of balancing the glasses of milk. Ok, now take that idea and apply it to this. Equality *pour* equal rights *pour* safety *pour* Reform *pour* Solidarity *pour* Racial Disparity *pour* You: HE HAS MORE MILK THAN MEEEEEE! Brother: ....I'm deeply offended you said that! *drinks his milk*
So what would you use to encompass all of those things?