The perception of discrimination in psychology is dominated by racial criteria. Among Puerto Ricans, such domination obscures discrimination on the basis of skin color. After questioning students in Puerto Rico, via descriptive methods, it was determined that dark skin is perceived as less than ideal among the population tested. This color bias is not accessible under the guise of race. As a relevant aspect of the entire Western cultural milieu, psychology must expand current concepts of discrimination to encompass color bias, as it will prevail in the future. The aftermath will enable a more comprehensive understanding of discrimination in the new millennium.