Commentary: A Color-Blind Society

Gregory Rodriguez believes that striving for a color-blind society is admirable — but argues that even so, people still will seek out others who share their cultural and racial backgrounds. Rodriguez is a senior fellow at the New America Foundation, a non-partisan, public policy institute in Washington, D.C.



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