Both these things *can* be true:1. Prejudice blindness. Not being the target of prejudice ourselves, we can easily miss it (so we should always listen).
2. Prejudice goggles. Considering ourselves or a minority a target, paranoia kicks in and we start 'seeing' prejudice where it isn't (and supposing those who can't see it must blind, or worse).
E.g. some say anti-black racism against Meghan Markle is a figment of the woke imagination (and her own). Others say it's real, and we should listen and take seriously: those who can't see it are ignorant or worse.
So which way do you lean on the following, and why?