"Seeing a Color Blind Race: The Paradox of Race" by Patricia Williams.

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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 …

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…amongst us today, we would hope his views on race would differ from his original uneducated conclusions that: I am apt to suspect the Negroes and in general all other species of men (for there are four or five different kinds) to be naturally inferior to the whites. Perhaps with the discussion of these issues on a grand scale, we can hope to attain a color-blindness which is pure and doesn't practice this silent discrimination.