Banks (2016), indicates that the nonracist, color-blind perspective is one in which a person’s race does not matter. In the modern diverse society, it is important to acknowledge and celebrate differences that exist among cultures and ethnicities.

Analyze whether the color-blind perspective can be applied to other areas of diversity such as gender, sexual orientation, social class, special needs, or religion in classrooms

Last Updated on December 29, 2019 by EssayPro