An essay is presented on post-racialism of U.S. President Barack Obama. It argues that his post-racialism operates as a political or perhaps even an ideological approach toward the continuing astringent of race. It offers an overview of contemporary colorblindness and evaluates this racial stance against the rise of racialized mass incarceration.

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