See also: colorblind and color-blind

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color blind (comparative more color blind, superlative most color blind)

  1. (of a person or animal) Unable to distinguish between two or more primary colors (usually red and green).
  2. (of a person or process) Holding no prejudice based on skin color or race; not paying attention to skin color.
    • 2012, Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow, →ISBN, page 183:
      Because mass incarceration is officially colorblind, it seems inconceivable that the system could function much like a racial caste system.

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