Color Blind Critical Analysis

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Hutchen’s describes that an ideal society to her is one where all races and cultures are valued, and protected; she later goes on to discuss “Color Blind” societies while making the claim that those who are “Color Blind” act superior and ignore any race/culture issues that arise. I agree with Hutchens views on race/culture and her idea of a “Color Blind” society; I agree with Hutchens because I feel that many individuals place their race on a high pedestal that makes them seem superior, and I feel that by ignoring the issues at hand will only result in more mayhem and violence. Charles A. Gallagher from the department of Sociology in Georgia State University states, “Drawing on interviews and focus groups with whites from around the country
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