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"Seeing a Color Blind Race: The Paradox of Race" by Patricia Williams
To a significant degree, racism can be considered a thread seeming from a smug sweater in which our society encases itself. It illustrates the bond our society has with specific racial stereotypes, which cannot simply be removed or plucked as it would produce a void or allow the sweater to dispel to a given degree. Instead, we'd simply opt to ignore the wavering thread in hopes that it wouldn't play a noteworthy role in the longevity of the sweater. For lack of a better mode of metaphoric portrayal, it is this idea which Patricia Williams sets forth to examine. Is it in fact our tendency not to address certain issues in regards to ones race? And in doing so, can it be envisioned as a mode or means of expressing an almost unseen or unintentional form of racial discrimination? Although racism plagues our society to an endless integer, we must address given issues regarding race if we're ever to anticipate the shattering of the definitive framework of being black or white. The argument can also be made that the appropriate means of dealing with racial discrimination and stereotypes, is action as opposed to rhetoric and meaningless debate which tends to only sponsor further frustration. Yet with action comes reaction, so might it be argued that it's this immobilizing fear of the 'reaction' which promotes a societies being color-blind?…
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