"I believe I must be color-blind
," said the Pumpkinhead, after staring about him.
Perhaps you're color-blind
, and can't distinguish red and yellow.
The Art of Tennessee Loveless: The Mickey Mouse TEN X TEN X TEN Contemporary Pop Art Series offers a particularly notable collection because Loveless was almost completely color-blind
, yet compensated for this condition by focusing on patterns and shapes, developing his own numerically-based color system in the process of becoming a powerful modern pop artist.
This edited volume is designed to provide an interdisciplinary exploration of the concept of color-blind
racial ideology (CBRI).
Produced, directed and hosted by filmmaker-journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, the resulting documentary focuses on how younger whites view matters of race, including those afflicted by a sense of victimization regarding affirmative-action policies and those who favor a color-blind
The squid are color-blind
, and what prompts their display is known only to them.
Racism without racists; color-blind
racism and the persistence of racial inequality in America, 4th ed.
The author asserts that multiracial and color-blind
stances, in particular, can render racism "unexamined and intact." He maintains that some argue race will cease to be a problem when society becomes flexible with its racial categories.
"The persistence and even the recent expansion of the opportunity gap should be an urgent wake-up call that America is still not a color-blind
society that provides equal educational opportunity.
His newest play, "Color-Blind
," blends comedy and drama, making a moving statement about equality and the power of love and understanding.
In exploring these critical connections, I argue that African American authors construct counter-narratives that challenge color-blind
narratives of racial progress using the familiar language of the law and posit various modes of legal and extra-legal storytelling as a way of aggregating the varied and often alienating experiences of race in America.
'11): At one point the idea of color-blind
casting was progressive because of its attempt to incorporate black actors into a largely exclusively white American theatre.