In this book, “The Anatomy of Racial Inequality,” by . The author talks about mediating racial inequality. The topics that are discussed in this book are , , , . “Meaningful equality of citizenship requires that (3) be ruled out by axiom (non-essentialism) and that (1) be remedied via reform wherever possible” (Glenn C. Loury, 163). The author argues that race-blindness- as a morally practical model of racial justice- is unavoidably lacking because it cannot handle costs related to its own penalty (Loury, 166). In concert with the author, racial justice can only be initiated when equality of citizenship has been redefined allowing inclusion of all. This can include being open to race markers that do not justify racial blindness as the cost related to the concept can be self-defeating.