Tag Archives: racism

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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Being pensive about racism & a knee used to kill

Perhaps it’s time to be pensive about racism–to openly ponder it–instead of either ignoring it, denying it, or reacting to it. If we Americans can’t talk about race without defensiveness or anger, we’ll never be able to have meaningful conversations … 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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When racism’s gone the many, terrible sufferings of black Americans will no longer be left out of history books. Search for: Off the RACE Track book.

Presidents’ Day Fact: At least 12 American presidents were human traffickers (8 while in office). Search: Off the RACE Track book. When racism’s gone the many, terrible sufferings of black Americans will no longer be left out of history books.

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Racism discriminates against skin color. Abortion discriminates against stage of life.

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It’s good to avoid cruelty (both prenatal and postnatal)

If there can be prenatal care, there can be prenatal cruelty. If society can dehumanize the unborn because they aren’t “viable,” what’s to stop the dehumanizing of the unviable elderly? Both racism and abortion are cruel. Racism is postnatal cruelty. … Continue reading

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Truth is for telling

Truth is for telling. That’s called honesty. When mixed with mercy and love, it’s powerfully healing. People who are kind, fair, and compassionate in their interactions with all sorts of people are rarely called racist. If you’re not a racist, … Continue reading

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Going beyond misperception is the key to kindness

Misperception produces deception. Humble reception of truth gives clear perception. To overcome violence in society we must silence hostility and replace it with a culture of kindness and respect for all human life. Both accusations and denials of racism miss … Continue reading

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Remembering some of America’s forgotten mothers on Mothers Day

We’ve forgotten the millions of mothers in America who were brutalized by legalized human trafficking. We’ve forgotten the 4,000+ American mothers whose son or daughter was murdered by racist lynchings. We’ve forgotten the millions of American mothers treated as inferior … Continue reading

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