A Case for Colour Blindness
Shouldn't we look beyond race when thinking about equity? Social support should be based on need not skin colour.
Racial inequality provokes passionate opinions and varied ideas about building a fair, equitable society.
One topic that's been contentiously debated for generations is colour blindness: the concept that we should look beyond race when thinking about equity.
In this talk, writer and podcast host Coleman Hughes makes a case in favour of the idea, sharing why he thinks the key to reducing inequality and easing racial tensions is replacing race-based policies with class-based ones.