blindism

blindism

(blīnd′ĭzm)
A repetitive behavior observed in children and toddlers who are severely visually impaired. These may include repetitive rubbing or poking of the eyes or rhythmic movements of the chest or head.
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In the place of these bulwarks of "the new color blindism," Klinkner and Smith erect a three-part analysis of the halting state of racial progress in America.