This blog started out as a way to keep in touch with some of my former students,but has morphed into the wild and varied ramblings of a former wrestling/track coach/history teacher. Nowadays I'm a counselor to the oppressed and lost (aka as teen-agers) and share a nice home with some dogs, cats, a vegetarian teen moralist, a precocious pre-teen animal whisperer, and an intelligent, beautiful harried spouse who tries to impose order on the chaos, along with a few good books...
Sunday, January 20, 2008
Cynthia Tucker | ajc.com The myth of color blindness
The myth of color blindness: Cultural biases are embedded in us unawares - op ed article by AJC columnist Cynthia Tucker.