color blindness

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Teaching about the consequences of color-blindness to pre-service teachers can make them aware of how this ideology may affect their practice.
In the past 20 years, however, the Supreme Court has gradually curtailed affirmative action policies in public contracting and higher education; a conservative majority of the court has skeptically viewed government uses of race, arguing that color-blindness is a legal principle and that race-conscious efforts undermine merit-based selection.
Although neither directly espouses the trap of color-blindness, to ignore the role of racial and cultural solidarity in advancing white supremacy is to certainly be privilege-blind.
Huff said that the appropriate protocol for giving the I-test for someone with congenital color-blindness is to give the book of plates to the patient, give the patient some instructions, and give them three seconds to identify the plates; (2) the I-test can also be used to evaluate someone with acquired color blindness.
But Cosby's color-blindness was, arguably, more revolutionary than Gregory's doting on race--a point made time and again when Cosby, in the 1980s, became NBC's biggest moneymaker.
a tendency to criminality) can distort and exacerbate the situation, and that liberal individualism and color-blindness are insufficient to meet the challenge.
This was a color-blind decision, and the African-American community should tone done its rhetoric and practice color-blindness.
A person high in color-blindness refuses to see the role race plays in everyday social interactions and how that role can dramatically affect outcomes regarding social justice.