Race is not a race

Vero Korbenfeld,
Miami, FL

More often than not, minorities are running a race against each other, to see who wins the “most tragic history” ribbon. Who is more deserving of equality. In some way or another, most of us come from a history of wars, holocaust, slavery, escape, discrimination, abuse, you name it…
It is time for race to stop being a race with one another. Everyone is worthy of equal opportunities. Race is a race we win together. When minorities work together, we become the majority.


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