Justice Harlan famously dissented in Plessy, insisting that the Constitution is colorblind.
The cornerstone of our democracy is that justice is to be colorblind in its administration.
Musicians were colorblind in this country long before anyone else, and no one was ever more colorblind than Helm.
In 2008 New York magazine mused about a colorblind generation of American “ObamaKids.”
Her books include The Alchemy of Race and Rights; The Rooster's Egg; and Seeing a colorblind Future: The Paradox of Race.
In other words, only the “colorblind” are capable of stopping racism.
It has medical writing, but it also has travel writing: going to Micronesia to see this island of colorblind people.
Silva concludes that America is afflicted by the socio-optic condition of “colorblind racism.”
colorblind col·or·blind or col·or-blind (kŭl'ər-blīnd')
Partially or totally unable to distinguish certain colors.