Explain the significance of the chapter title “Colorblind” from Born a Crime by Trevor Noah.

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The title of chapter 13 of Born a Crime —"Colorblind"—is significant because it deals with Trevor's family moving into Highlands North, a white neighborhood. They are only able to do this because one of the white families in the neighborhood is prepared to sell their house to a mixed-race family. Or, to use Trevor's more colorful language, his mother buys a house from the one family in Highlands North that "doesn't...

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