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Colorblindness Is Not a Virtue

We’re all part of a beautiful rainbow

A woman (most likely) at a Holi celebration covered in brightly colored powders looks straight at the camera with a smile on her face.
Every hue of humanity has value. {Photo by Shubham Bochiwal on Unsplash.}

On the heels of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and with Black History Month just around the corner, I have some things to say: I know that some people are tired of hearing about racism and can’t see critical race theory as a full and honest accounting of history. They want to close the case on the crimes America…




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