2. It's easy for a white heterosexual male to say "no, there doesn't need to be an exceedingly strong endeavor to correct for white privilege," don't you think? I mean, why does there need to be a strong endeavor to correct inequality that doesn't have noticeably negative effects on your life and that perpetuates the historical inequality that people like you have faced for centuries?
3. The fact that you think that "by and large" the culture has changed illustrates the very white privilege that is the topic of this thread as being white allows you to not see the negative ramifications of the privilege you likely benefit from. What has changed are blatant displays of racism and discrimination in law, in speech and in other aspects of society. And while discrimination is certainly lower than it was in the past, the culture that "white privilege" creates has certainly not been "by and large" changed. White people - white people who don't acknowledge current extent of white privilege and its effects on non-whites - still dominate government, media, education and most of society.
4. If you or anyone else "believes there is a fight and battle going on largely because you're still telling them they need to be fighting and battling...and for no other reason," then that is your problem not the problem of the people talking about the "fight". As a result, you should educate yourself. (And this isn't even meant to be snarky, just to the point.)
5. There little to no people in this country who refuse to acknowledge the "progress that's been made." The vast majority of people know that black people are literally enslaved anymore and that white people don't have blatant laws making them superior to others. As a result, I don't think your criticism on that issue is particularly relevant.