Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Should the conversation be on race or the human race?

I think the race conversation needs to turn into a human conversation. My meaning is that all that is concentrated on is race, mainly between black and white. Why not talk about us as humans and not divide us? Let's just look at all the people in the Starbucks. Instead of saying, "Look; black and white people are in that coffee shop," how about we say, "Look at all the people in that coffee shop." There is still racism, and I believe it's on all sides. It might be because of the way a person is raised or an event in their life that happened. I don't think a conversation about race is going to change their mind, but a conversation about us as a human race with the help of God dealing with their heart just might help. We are all God's children. We need to stop dividing ourselves.

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