Color Blindness Isn’t The Way To End Racism

Earlier this month, “Daily Show” host Trevor Noah welcomed the Donald Trump surrogate and right-wing, conservative commentator Tomi Lahren to his show for an impassioned back-and-forth debate on Colin Kaepernick, the Black Lives Matter movement and a host of other issues.

During the interview, she took exception to those who levied criticism against her: “Because I criticize a black person … does not mean that I don’t like black people or that I’m a racist,” she said. “To me, true diversity is diversity of thought, not diversity of color. I don’t see color.”

“You don’t see color?” Noah responded. “So what do you do at a traffic light.”

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Ernest Cleo Grant, II

Ernest Cleo Grant, II (@ernestcleogrant) is the Lead Pastor of Epiphany Fellowship Church of Camden, a graduate of Reformed Seminary (D.C.), and is currently completing his Doctorate of Education from Stockton University. He and his wife Sarah have been married for almost a decade and have two children( Amaela and Chancellor). He's an avid reader, a community advocate, and has bylines in The Witness, Christianity Today, The Star-Ledger, Desiring God, and other publications


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