Coleman Hughes: The End of Race Politics?
“I’m under no illusion that humanity will completely eradicate the racial tribal instinct or racism or bigotry itself. But I feel that colorblindness is the North Star that we should use when making decisions,” argues Coleman Hughes during a live taping of The Reason Interview with Nick Gillespie podcast in New York City.
Hughes is a writer, podcaster, and opinion columnist who specializes in issues related to race, public policy, and applied ethics. His new book, The End of Race Politics: Arguments for a Colorblind America is about returning to the ideals of the American Civil Rights movement because our departure from the “colorblind ideal has ushered in a new era of fear, paranoia, and resentment.” When his recent TED talk was seen as “hurtful” by some TED conference attendees, for example, he discovered that TED actually suppressed his presentation. Hughes describ
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