Tag Archives: skin color

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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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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Corona virus exposes glaring racial disparities

The COVID 19 pandemic is revealing glaring racial disparities. (Racial disparity began when skin color was declared to be a hierarchy of human value.) Racial hierarchy (a particular color supremacy) and racial equality are mutually exclusive. There’s no eye color … 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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Profanity is not a love language

Love language seems to be in decline. For example: Even medical care has evolved from the hands-on healing of wounds and diseases to paying a person to tell you what drugs to take. When it comes to love language, let’s … Continue reading

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Myth Lab — Modern Myth #5 — Race

The concept of race was developed in the Western world during the 17th Century as an attempt to justify the terrible crimes that were being committed against Africans. The nominally Christian West needed a way to ease their conscience for … Continue reading

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Frog Legs & Prejudice

I don’t like frog legs. I won’t eat frog legs. I find frog legs totally disgusting. But the truth is, I’ve never given frog legs a chance. I am so terribly offended with the idea of eating a slimy green … Continue reading

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The First African American Medical Doctor

Dr. James McCune Smith was a great American who overcame tremendous obstacles to become a first in black history.  He was born a slave in 1813. He received his freedom as a result of the Emancipation Act of the State of … Continue reading

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What Skin Color Is Your Church?

Here is a question for you:  What skin color is your church? Should churches that represent Heaven and all of its glorious human diversity (people from “every kindred and every tribe”) be able to be identified by the prominent skin … Continue reading

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