It’s Not About Race!
John Metta

Very thoughtful and well-written. Your points are incredibly easily transferrable to other races and nationalities. We seem intent on prejudging and I don’t understand why. If we start from the position that everyone is a human being, categories and subcategories won’t matter.

It’s obvious the insecure, the fearful, the narrow-minded must have some way to place others in a box to protective their normative life. What they don’t understand is surrendering to their fears disables the ability to learn.

We’re a society of cultures. That’s what makes us great!

Let’s not be surprised that a person is different. Let’s celebrate it. The concepts of unequivocal acceptance and unconditional equality are easy to understand. Now let’s put them into motion.

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