We are in a disagreement then. I believe the only way to curve the bias is to actively and consciously seek to unbalance it.
And I believe that an eye for the eye makes the world blind. You can't fight racism with racism. The only way to end racism and sexism is to stop referring to it. People seem far too passionate about holding on to their racial culture that they forget culture is just an idea that can very simply exist without being identified by the color of your skin. If you keep quotas and hate crime laws and forced diversity and all that nonsense you are merely saying that race matters. You are saying that people are defined intrinsically by the way they look. I would much rather disregard race entirely. Yes, there may be subconcious racism but if we find ways to reduce its manipulative powers on the front end rather than just trying to fix the consequences it will always exist till the end of time
How is ignoring race and sex supposed to fix the institutionalized racism and sexism that currently exist? In an ideal world race and sex would not matter, but we live in the real world where they do exist, and pretty much exclusively for the benefit of white males. Trying to promote only color-blind society when we are clearly not does nothing but preserve the racist institutions already in place.