Restoring Sight to the Colorblind

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October 10, 2013 by multiracialsky


Go read the whole post. There are too many good lines to just choose one:

Most people look to live in environments with the best schools, and these schools are usually found in white school districts. I’m saying that it might be time for us to reevaluate the definition of a good school. Good schools produce good human beings, not just people who can memorize information and fill in a bubble on a scantron form. Good human beings don’t think Trayvon Martin had it coming. 

from Closing the Empathy Gap, Restoring Sight to Colorblind at Cope’s Class Notes


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