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White People: It’s Not Racist To Call Them “Black People”

But saying “I don’t see color” is certainly tone deaf

It always happens. Well-meaning white folks show up to conversations centered around race and racism and interject with, “Well, I just don’t see color.” We all know what the phrase is meant to convey — that you consider yourself unprejudiced, someone who embraces diversity and…

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Martie Sirois

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