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Care, connection, & community are better than divisiveness

Even when minds disagree, open hearts find much unity and love. Closed hearts, however, succumb to anger and hostility. I’ve conversed with and listened to people of many different ethnicities. When I do, I’m always amazed at how similar we … Continue reading

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I like being liked by people of various skin colors . . .

Stop color-coding people just because of the skin they’re in. You don’t color-code them by their eye-hue, do you? Real love can’t be color-coded. When we really care about people, we don’t ignore, deny, or make light of their pain. … Continue reading

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Their lives matter (no matter who they are) . . .

Look around you, near and far. Their lives matter (no matter who “they” are)! American revolutionary question: If the tea tax on the Colonies was “tyranny,” what was skin-color-based slavery? Here’s America’s great contradiction: The Founding Fathers were surrounded by … Continue reading

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Red and yellow, black and white–there’s no color supremacy!

The idea that one skin color outranks another is myth, manipulation, and madness. Skin-color has nothing to do with the quality of a human being. Absolutely nothing! To call a certain skin color unacceptable and use it as justification for … Continue reading

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