White woman wondering why racism exists

Kelsi Webb,
Malakoff, France

I am a 30-year-old white woman wondering why racism even exists. I’ve never noticed a person by their skin color. Sure, I notice the color of their skin, but it doesn’t define who they are on the inside. We all bleed the same color. God created us all in His image so for people to hate others because of their skin color is beyond me. We ALL matter and we were ALL made to look how we do for a reason. -Kelsi Webb (Trinity Valley Community College)


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