color blindness

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He proceeds next to disrupt the rhetoric of colourblindness, arguing that it legitimates, rather than undermines, dog whistle racism by obscuring the social structures that disadvantage people of color.
After clicking on the START button, they were redirected to another screen, with questions about: age, gender, handedness, auditory problems and colourblindness. Then, the program directed participants to a colour-blindness test in which the Ishihara plates 1, 13 and 23 (Ishihara 1917) were used (see Figure 3).
These enactments and negotiations take place in a country imbued with official antiracism, with colourblindness as the societal and cultural norm.
1, Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo and Donatello; 2, The Yonghy Bonghy Bo; 3, Colourblindness; 4, I'm going to step off the Lem now.; 5, Wuthering Heights; 6, Sugar Ray Robinson; 7, Vincent van Gogh; 8, Puffing Billy; 9, Queen of Spades; 10.
Colour-blind test from China REGARDING FW Jenkins on colourblindness (Viewpoints, July 25).
SOFTWARE which allows a person with normal vision to see the world through the eyes of a person with colourblindness has been launched on the iPhone.
Stevens, Plaut & Burks (2008) have identified the two most frequently used diversity initiatives in the US as colourblindness and multiculturalism, cautioning that while these have benefits, they also lead to certain organizational members feeling excluded.
A salient theme throughout the interview data is not denial or neutrality, nor is it straightforward expression of privilege or colourblindness. What is most striking is the distance at which the Baywoods parents stand in relation to the families from Kerrydale.
A ABOUT one in 20 men (and one in 200 women) is affected by colourblindness, Paul.
Given its commitment to impartial 'colourblindness', the council persistently rejected 'positive discrimination', a refusal perceived in the black community as further evidence of institutional racism.