Colored people. Do we really see beige, black, brown, red, yellow, and white people? By this, I mean, do you see persons who’s skin is physically colored this way living with you, walking past you, standing in line or behind the counter at the grocery store?
If the answer is no and I assume that it is, then what are we seeing really? What has race done to our minds in that we are not able to see people as they really are? And how do we get our sight back, this race-less vision?
How are we able to see it? How do we really know that it’s there? What informs our stereotypes if not pride and prejudice? How else do you see it?