ramification of stereotypes

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Date: March 26, 2000
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However, Charles A. Gallagher writes that color blindness is the dominant lens through “which whites understand contemporary race relations. Believing and acting as if American is colorblind allows whites to imagine a society where institutional racism no longer exists and racial barriers to upward mobility have been removed...
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Minorities are still exploited by whites in many different ways. Although we hope to one day look at everybody as equal and the same, I will tell you why this has not and will not occur! Stereotypes often result in prejudices of individuals, but from there it often leads to negative discriminatory actions...
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