Anti-Racism: Colorblindness Doesn't Work
Seeing people's race is innate. To say that we "don't see color" undermines society's influence on us, which is an inconspicuous, endless force. Interestingly, most people promoting the notion of colorblindness are white. In this course, we'll go over why colorblindness, though a beautiful dream, isn't our reality. We'll discuss alternatives to colorblindness. Specifically, we will look at how to get educated, things you can do to be anti-racism, and how to be "color kind," not colorblind.
- 8 minutes
- Format: Video