We are All the Same

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
I quick look into what really divides us.

Submitted: December 08, 2015

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  People ask me how I think we can end racism. We can't end it, we can only make it less. Though I do have a few ideas of how, but it's not a new concept. We need to start acknowledging that we are one race THE HUMAN RACE. According to the "eve gene" we are all decendents of Africa, therefore we are all related. We classify ourselves into different groups and cultures and ask why racism exists. We tell people that it is not right for them to do something another "race" does because they are not that "race", and say it's not racist to say that. We act as if the color of someone's skin gives them permisson to do things that would be considered wrong by another "race". We will never see eye to eye if we keep saying you can do this but can't do that. Equality is about treating everyone the same, letting them be able to partake in things other "races" do. To prohibit what someone can do because of the color of their skin is blatantly racist. We live in a melting pot of different cultures, but can't see that we are all the same. We are all people. I have seen enough racism in this world to understand what it is and what it isn't. We need to love everyone, no matter the race or gender. In my eyes I see not the color of someone's skin but the color of their personality. In my eyes gender isn't a factor of ability. Please if you agree with this, share it with a friend, or use #WeAreAllTheSame.


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