In the new issue of SAPIENS, Dr. Zeray Alemseged, Donald N. Pritzker Professor of Organismal Biology and Anatomy, writes about the challenges and nuances of race, anti-racism, parenting, and the concept of colorblindness.

From the article: “Though I have thought a lot about the absurdity of race and racism through my research as an anthropologist, these recent experiences of police brutality and the corresponding Black Lives Matter uprisings have allowed me to understand the issue much more deeply. I’m starting to better comprehend the complexities of race relationships—and their histories—in the U.S., especially the profoundly detrimental impacts on some communities.”

Please click here to read the entire article: “When Colorblind Parenting Meets Anti-racism.”

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