Minorities look for organizations where they can share their experiences and try to collectively bring about change. Without getting my post flagged I'd wager to say it's unlikely a lot of the white people in the world have needed that. When white people want change, they just do it because they're in power.
. White people and white men, just like everyone else find themselves in vastly different situations in life. A few have power, most don't. To group them all together is an example of exactly the kind of thinking this discussion is about.
I worked with a guy a while back. He also had a vastly overrated opinion of a 'power' of a working class or poor white person. One day he remarked "If I was a white, I would be president of this country." He made more money than me, he had a higher position than me. My thought, although I didn't say it to him because I liked him and didn't want to hurt his feelings was "you're kind of an idiot, being white wouldn't change that". The very rich are the ones with all the power. Most of the very rich in this country are white, although by no means are they all anglo. As a white man, that does me no more good than if I tried to draw money out of their bank account. If you think they are looking out for my benefit, your wrong. If anything, a lot of time their so busy pandering to the various other groups, they forget or ignore working class whites.
They have power. I don't. I have one vote, just like every other person.