It’s Not About Race!
John Metta

I’m a white man living in South Africa, as a racial minority. Embracing the not normal can be extremely liberating. There is joy to be had when one’s not normal becomes a new normal. When this is a choice, not so when not by choice. ‘Those people’ aren’t my black brothers and sisters, they are just my brothers and sisters.

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