This is an interesting theory on what some people think "colorblindness" is all about.
It begs the question though, as in, can racism be truly eliminated, or are we stuck with it forever and ever? To me, the reasoning of the book seems like it's looking for racists in imagined dark corners where it probably doesn't even exist--or at least not to the extent that is claimed. Ergo: increasing the number of "enemies" which activism needs in order to breathe. I think it's a way some people can paint people as racists when they probably aren't. That seems judgmental, and last I heard, judge not, lest ye be judged.
I for one would love to see racism eradicated from the face of the earth.
"You liberals with your conspiracy theories are starting to sound like your own version of the John Birch Society"-Rush Limbaugh