Race=Diversity, not a competition.

Family-PortraitMeg Litts,
Staples, MN.

Maybe we should never have started using the word ‘race’. It prompts comparative thinking. Instead of viewing difference as something to celebrate, we have used it as a weapon for destruction, stepping on one another to rise to the top. The top is a pretty lonely place in that paradigm, whether it be race, creed, sexual orientation, age . . . cultural diversity should enhance our communities, not create places where people are assigned value and treated differently because of ethnicity.


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