Culture & Diversity (Psychology)
Choose one of the four following controversial topics.
Do we need a common identity?
Is racial profiling defensible public policy?
Is the emphasis on a color-blind society an answer to racism?
Is gentrification another form of segregation?
A color-blind society is a society in which people are treated equally, regardless of their race or ethnicity. This means that people are not discriminated against or stereotyped based on their race or ethnicity.
The argument for a color-blind society
Proponents of a color-blind society argue that it is the best way to achieve racial equality. They argue that if we focus on race, we will only perpetuate racism. They believe that we should focus on treating everyone equally, regardless of their race or ethnicity.