In one of the Harry Potter books, the protagonist (I won't say hero; I felt Hermione should have had top billing) finds a mirror. In it, he sees himself and his family. His friends do not see the same image, though. They see other things of their dreams.
Later, he finds out that he has found the Mirror of Erised, one that shows what the viewer most desires.
Desire, backwards as in a mirror, would be erised.
I believe we need a different mirror, The Mirror of Egelivirp.
(I will give you a minute to spell it out)
This mirror shows nothing like what you desire. It will show you things that you get through your privilege of birth, race, ethnicity, gender, etc.
One of my current frustrations involves explaining to white males how much they take for granted. Others in the world do not get the same respect or even the benefit of the doubt in many situations.
Being a lowly muggle, I cannot make this happen. I just hope someone at Hogwart's reads my blog. We could really use a whole bunch of these Mirrors of Egelivirp.