Tag Archives: colorism

A heart free of racism

If there’s no racism in your heart, you don’t feel threatened when genuine racism is exposed in history (or in contemporary society). Instead you’ll be glad that it’s finally coming to the light. Racism trains us to see different skin … Continue reading

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Color or colour or kolor or kolour?

Color, colour, kolor, kolour — no matter how you spell it, it’s a silly way to evaluate human beings. We, us, our, ours! None of us is better or worse, more or less, intelligent or unintelligent, because of our skin … Continue reading

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Pompous like a king

Pride rides,Pompous like a king,But it’s such an empty thing,A meaningless fling. The humble can honestly be who they really are. The haughty have to keep up their hype. Pompous people seldom laugh if they’re not either intoxicated or insulting … Continue reading

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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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Suggestions for humans

Fellow humans: Let’s treat each other with high regard. After all, everyone of us is a miracle. People who insult people disrespect the human race. The human race has no subsets. We’re all the same breed. You’re not “different”! When … 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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A failure to appreciate

What we have here in America, is a failure to appreciate every color of humanity. It’s amazing how categorizing people by skin (the bag that holds everything together) eventually makes everything fall apart. Your skin is amazing! Anybody who thinks … Continue reading

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Agree with me . . .

There’ so much disagreement today. Here’s something simple that maybe we can agree on. Agree with me, please. When the skinPeople are inIs allowed toDefine who they are,We’ve gone too far. Race is a maskThat keeps people apart.Unmask the past. … Continue reading

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Colorism: Overcome fear. Take a fearless look at American history.

History has divided Americans. Ignoring that history won’t bring us together. Facing it with humility, honesty, and justice will. When it comes to reading, I’m a nonfiction guy (and that’s the truth). Even history that some people don’t want to … Continue reading

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