In this article, Jennifer Randall argues that it is not possible to build race-neutral and cultural-neutral tests, and what the field thinks of as race-neutral actually represents whiteness masquerading as neutrality. She provides a heuristic for interrogating the initial stages of our assessment development process from an antiracist framing to disrupt white supremacist approaches to construct definition and representation.
Randall, J. (2021). “Color-Neutral” is Not a Thing: Redefining Construct Definition and Representation Through a Justice-Oriented Critical Antiracist Lens. Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, 40(4), 82-90.