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A video essay by Coleman Hughes, FAIR Board of Advisor.

You can also find Coleman’s essay at his Substack, Coleman’s Corner. 

“Once considered a progressive attitude, color-blindness is now seen as backwards—a cheap surrender in the face of racism, at best; or a cover for deeply held racist beliefs, at worst. 

But color-blindness is neither racist nor backwards. Properly understood, it is the belief that we should strive to treat people without regard to race in our personal lives and in our public policy. “