Why racial color-blindness is myopic.

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Responds to comments made by Zuriff (see record 2014-13696-014), Locke (see record 2014-13696-015), Locascio (see record 2014-13696-016), and Banks (see record 2014-13696-017) on the original article by Neville et al., “Color-blind racial ideology: Theory, training, and measurement implications in psychology” (see record 2013-31242-001). The authors appreciate the opportunity to further clarify and expand on their articulation of color-blind racial ideology (CBRI). In this response, they identify and answer three central questions related to concerns raised in the commentaries. Responses to the questions reinforce their underlying arguments alluded to in the original article: (a) While the United States has made many advances in race relations over the past 150 years, racial inequality per…