When You ‘Don’t See Color,’ You’re Contributing to the Everyday Racism Around You

Originally published on Empathize This. and republished here with their permission.

People who say that they “don’t see color” also don’t see racism. This comic shows what happens when they miss what’s right in front of them.

With Love,
The Editors at Everyday Feminism


To learn more about this topic, check out:

[do_widget id=”text-101″]

Empathize This develops comics based on audience-submitted stories about how prejudice and hardship affect their lives. They believe that a visual element helps some people understand a story better, that having the comic can help drive the narrative’s point home. Please follow them on twitter at @empathizethis.