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I saw a fried egg and realized that my skin color is closer to the yolk than to the white.

Let’s crack the shell that evaluating people by skin color has used to imprison our culture in centuries of racial injustice and misunderstanding.

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Racism grows without thinking

Shall we talk? As long as racism is a closed-to-discussion-zone, it won’t ever be gone. Racism grows without thinking, but logic and reason make it shrink. Racist? Perhaps racism is like lying. Most people will tell a lie, but few … Continue reading

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Thoughts that make assumptions based on a person’ color

Living in a society where color has been a major issue for centuries (and remains one today), it’s hard not to sometimes have negative thoughts about people based on the shade of their skin. Such thoughts are often seen as … Continue reading

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It’s time to move beyond skin color to joyful heart connection!

No matter the color Of the chin I love to see kind faces Radiating love from within! History’s big color-lie That’s far too slow to die Says, “The darker the skin, The less valuable Is the person within.” It’s time … Continue reading

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The complexion deception

The complexion deception is a popular misconception that says that skin color makes people different. The truth is, all humans are basically the same, but we have different faces so that people can tell us apart. In historyThe color of … Continue reading

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Good skin / bad skin idea (Will evaluation by skin color ever end?)

The worldWe’re born inToo often labels usBy the melatoninIn the skinWe’re wrapped in. Society has trained us to view people whose skin doesn’t match ours as mentally and emotionally different than us. That’s a lie. Noticing someone’s skin color has … Continue reading

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Common sense concepts about race break with traditional thinking

No skin color is a reason for shame nor a badge of honor. Skin color’s just a physical characteristic like the shape of a hand. Physical differences (like skin color) obviously exist, but the concept of different races is a … Continue reading

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