I was reading up on white entitlement/privilege, and there's definitely many questions. Rather than just pushing it as a concept that has to be accepted I think it should be discussed. Much better that than using it as a way to push separation and insist all black people are victimized. That would definitely just inflame matters and actually create the very opposite of what people say they want with it. I've definitely felt some of this aggression towards me in the past, and some of the roots of it can be people harking back to history than wanting to take control of now. Negative psychology. The use of the 'n' word by rappers uses that.
Of course it's true that minorities will not be represented as much as the people in the majority, in the media, in products to buy... But remember smaller minorities will be catered for even less (for example very short people), as market forces take over. So I hope that those in larger minorities will see that as well and have sympathy for those. I also don't believe that all coverage of black people is negative, there are positive role models. There are also negative representations of some white people.
As with the rather strange concept - to me - of naming generations and saying they all have particular characteristics, I think generalising too much isn't helpful. It's just a convenient simplification.