University of Pittsburgh

Blinded by sight :seeing race through the eyes of the blind

The author argues that rather than being visually obvious, both blind and sighted people are socialized to see race in particular ways, even to a point where blind people "see" race. So what does this mean for how we live and the laws that govern our society? This book delves into these questions and uncovers how color blindness in law, public policy, and culture will not lead us to any imagined racial utopia.

ISBN: 9780804772785
PittCat: E184.A1 O19 2013

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