Diversity: Getting Over "Color Blindness"
We're going to have to get over the notion that color blindness is ideal (or even achievable) if we're going to make schools and the rest of the world really diverse, according to this recent Miller-McCune article (New Directions in Diversity). Longtime readers will find this a familiar notion following countless previous blog posts: "That Sounded Racist", Modeling Racial Tolerance Is Not Enough, Fryer To Colbert: "You're Black Now, Aren't You?", and ¡Ask a Mexican!. I have written for Miller-McCune a couple of times in the past.