Ep. 86 – Race and Colorblindness: Part I | TK Coleman

TK Coleman joins me for another excellent conversation about race. This week, we focus on the concept of “colorblindness.”

Is it possible to be colorblind, or is that naive? Can we recognize differences among groups, while still judging every individual according to their own character?

Is white supremacism a fundamental feature of white people’s minds – so much, that they cannot spot it within themselves? Is the reason that so many people deny being racist is because of a lack of self-awareness?

We cover these questions – and many more – in the next two episodes.

TK’s website
Previous episodes with TK:

Ep. 73 – Race, Culture, and Judgments | T.K. Coleman
Ep. 74 – Race and American Politics | T.K. Coleman

Ep. 40 – Race Relations | T.K. Coleman
Ep. 41 – Race Relations, Part II | T.K. Coleman

Ep. 27 – Intellectual Optimism | T.K. Coleman


itunes stitcher_logo_white-_bg