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Should society work towards becoming "colorblind" in regards to race/ethnicity?
Since racism is an ideology based upon the belief that races are separate and hierarchically organized, "colorblindness" is the only logical end to racism.
A "colorblind" society would not include subconscious biases that exist due to racial stereotypes and profiling in today's society.
That's like saying the way to cure a wound is to ignore it. You aren't so much in conflict with "ideological racism" as much as you are with the human condition.