Joel DiMaggio Wein,
As long as we allow compartmentalization and grading of physical differences within the human race, there will always remain a need for the self-appointed epidemic of bigotry starving minds and stunting humanity’s growth to greatness. We are humans who are descendants of humans. As the saying goes in American football, “When you get into the end zone with the football, act as if you’ve been there before”. Humans have survived many life-threatening challenges all across the globe. We should know by now that working together, regardless of our independently individual genetic patchwork, we will grow wiser and stronger if we choose to accept our differences as diverse opportunities to build and work together as one race; the human race.