Title

Color-Blind Racial Ideology: Implications for Counseling and Education

Conference Strand

Research and Theory

Abstract

As the U.S. population becomes more diverse, color-blind racial ideology (CBRI) needs to be explored, especially with intersectionality consideration to the Multiracial population. Though studies have been done to illuminate the overarching constructs of cultural responsiveness and racial microaggressions, little is known about how the specific construct of CBRI plays a role in counseling and education of Multiracial individuals. This presentation will describe the current literature around CBRI and cross-cultural trends, gaps, and future directions.

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Format

Individual Presentations

Biographical Sketch

Peeper McDonald is an Assistant Professor at Mercer University

Location

Virtual Conference

Start Date

2-11-2021 10:30 AM

End Date

2-11-2021 11:30 AM

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Feb 11th, 10:30 AM Feb 11th, 11:30 AM

Color-Blind Racial Ideology: Implications for Counseling and Education

Virtual Conference

As the U.S. population becomes more diverse, color-blind racial ideology (CBRI) needs to be explored, especially with intersectionality consideration to the Multiracial population. Though studies have been done to illuminate the overarching constructs of cultural responsiveness and racial microaggressions, little is known about how the specific construct of CBRI plays a role in counseling and education of Multiracial individuals. This presentation will describe the current literature around CBRI and cross-cultural trends, gaps, and future directions.