, it’s "a right, immunity or benefit enjoyed only by one person beyond the advantages of most." In the social sense, it refers to a reaction to a particular construct – an idea or theory used to understand a group of people. We call it “privilege,” and while discussions surrounding it almost always include marginalization of a group, it’s a concept so pervasive, that – at the exact moment privilege is stubbornly wedging in to separate people of different groups – it is also binding them together.
The Stand Up Speak Up Podcast, hosted by SUSU founder and CEO Karla Stephens-Tolstoy, is a look at those stories we don't often hear told in mainstream media.
In this series, we follow the stories of Ohio natives and son and mother, Devin and Linda Price as they give an honest look into the nature of addiction and how it can affect a family and be passed from generation to generation.