Tag Archives: color prejudice

Color-blindness ≠ kindness

Color-blindness fails to see that Martin Luther King’s dream wasn’t that people not see color, but that they not evaluate individuals by color. Because color-blindness doesn’t see racial injustice, it doesn’t believe racism exists. Color-blindness doesn’t see that to be … Continue reading

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Designer skin — a birth right

You’re wearing designer skin. (You’re looking good, because God, Himself, designed the skin you’re in!) For society to devalue people because of their skin, brands them with something they can’t hide and that sticks with them for life. When skin … Continue reading

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God’s not color-blind (no one is > or <)

God created skin-color, so you know He’s not color-blind. Of course, God sees our skin-color, but He doesn’t evaluate us by it. The color says nothing about the condition of a car or a house or a cat. The same … Continue reading

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Skin is a protective covering, not a marketing label

Skin is a protective covering, not a marketing label. It’s not supposed to define who we are. Dividing people into skin-color-based categories and putting them in tiers, has enabled much hate and caused many tears. Categorizing and looking down on … Continue reading

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Skin color = eye color — as a minor difference

Get Off the RACE Track in Kindle or paperback @ https://amzn.to/2U4sv2I. Tell your friends! How did skin-color get to be such a big deal in America? Why does it still effect how we live in 2020? How can we get … Continue reading

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America’s Big War Wasn’t “Civil”

America had a big war–brother against brother.  It was started 150 years ago.  They called it “civil,” but it was not. Hundreds of thousands of Americans were slaughtered by battle and disease. The physical devastation was tremendous–billions of dollars spent … Continue reading

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