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Mon Jul 29, 2013, 04:45 PM Jul 2013

What kind of person would be fine with the following.... [View all]

- Some black and brown families move into their previously all-white neighborhood.

- A black or brown woman gets hired to replace their former boss who was a white guy.

- Their daughter starts dating or even considers marrying a standard looking black or brown fellow.

- A media icon gets re-visioned from a white character to a black or brown character. (Say hi to your new Haitian Spider-Man)

- Their church welcomes the first black and brown families as new members.

- Any other instance where a white identity is no longer the standard or the default and a non-white identity is given an equal or higher footing.

Would a "colorblind" person be fine with those things, or would a person who believes in Multiculturalism welcome them?

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A colorblind person would welcome these things
5 (50%)
A multicultural person would welcome these things
5 (50%)
0 (0%)
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by the way, it's their, not there. PDJane Jul 2013 #1
Thanks MrScorpio Jul 2013 #3
And I think 'instant' should be: instance Tx4obama Jul 2013 #2
Thanks MrScorpio Jul 2013 #4
Well, even a person who appreciates multiculturalism might be upset if their hedgehog Jul 2013 #5
Do you think I should drop that one? MrScorpio Jul 2013 #6
Yes - in a similar vein dipsydoodle Jul 2013 #7
I dropped the country station example nt MrScorpio Jul 2013 #9
You didn't need to that. dipsydoodle Jul 2013 #11
I don't know gollygee Jul 2013 #12
Gracious as always! hedgehog Jul 2013 #25
OK, Mr. Scorpio... OmahaBlueDog Jul 2013 #8
Would you consider yourself a person who believes in "colorblindness" MrScorpio Jul 2013 #10
I'm pressed for time, so this answer will not be up to my usual standards OmahaBlueDog Jul 2013 #31
I went with "a multicultural person would welcome", but you've gotta explain to me please ... Scuba Jul 2013 #13
Close your eyes and envision any black or brown male that would just happen to be walking around MrScorpio Jul 2013 #14
I married a "standard looking black or brown fellow" notadmblnd Jul 2013 #19
I keep seeing two. One looks like Sammy Davis Junior and the other looks like ... Scuba Jul 2013 #21
A "colorblind" person rejects your false dichotomy. Brewinblue Jul 2013 #15
I reject that anyone can be "blind" to color MrScorpio Jul 2013 #16
The color of a person's skin, or other physical attributes, has no bearing Brewinblue Jul 2013 #32
not true. kwassa Jul 2013 #42
I see what you are doing here. Kudos for the effort. longship Jul 2013 #17
I replied in the other thread. HappyMe Jul 2013 #18
Item #2 would not be "welcomed" if the new boss was an a-hole or couldn't communicate MH1 Jul 2013 #20
I don't know. LWolf Jul 2013 #22
Um, any normal person would be fine with all of this Bettie Jul 2013 #23
Sorry, Peter Parker. The response to the black Spiderman shows why we need one MrScorpio Jul 2013 #24
For the record, there was a multiracial Spider-Man in 1992 Nevernose Jul 2013 #28
I had to vote Other as I see multiculturalism as going wayyyyyy beyond simply skin color. uppityperson Jul 2013 #26
Your poll doesn't match the set up. Igel Jul 2013 #27
How did you feel with JJ Abrams turned a South Asian Khan into a White Brit... MrScorpio Jul 2013 #30
Ricardo Montalbon, the original Khan, Brewinblue Jul 2013 #35
In the Sixties, when they had a character who was supposed to be an advanced superhuman... MrScorpio Jul 2013 #38
Well that certainly explains Roddenberry's decision Brewinblue Jul 2013 #40
From the article: MrScorpio Jul 2013 #44
I'd have called my grandfather "colorblind" living in a white neighborhood. hunter Jul 2013 #29
hmmm 1awake Jul 2013 #33
Other to me = both, color blind/multicultural denbot Jul 2013 #34
Nicely done BainsBane Jul 2013 #36
If we are to believe the "colorblind" folks, they wouldn't even notice. BainsBane Jul 2013 #37
I chose "multicultural" Jamaal510 Jul 2013 #39
Your survey is about 25 years out of date OutNow Jul 2013 #41
Some of those have happened where I live nadinbrzezinski Jul 2013 #43
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