Racial politics commentator Coleman Hughes tells Piers Morgan 'I don't see myself as any kind of race traitor' over colour-blindness theory

Thursday 22 February 2024

Piers Morgan is joined by Coleman Hughes, one of the world's most incisive commentators, to discuss his controversial theories on race.

Accused of being radical and racist, Coleman explains why the world should be 'colour blind' when it comes to people's skin.

He told Piers: "If you care about fighting racism, embrace colourblindness. Support class-based policies. Create colourblind processes in your own world.

"I try to treat people without regard to their race, and I want to see that enshrined in public policy as well."

Who is Coleman Hughes?

Coleman is a prominent American writer, commentator, and public intellectual. Born on April 22, 1996, Hughes is known for his perspectives on race, identity, and social issues. He gained attention for his writings and contributions to discussions on race relations and public policy.

He has written for various publications, including Quillette, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. He has also appeared as a commentator on platforms such as CNN, Fox News, and HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher."

He is often associated with his nuanced views on topics related to race, advocating for open and honest dialogue on contentious issues. However, keep in mind that information about public figures can evolve, and new developments may have occurred since my last update in January 2022.

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