A Night at the Races
April 21, 2014•50 min
I don't believe in different races. Fifty years ago, anthropologist Carleton S. Coon divided humankind into four major races and subdivided them into thirty subgroups. But human beings are all comprised of bone and tissue, muscle mass and organs, hair and skin, fingers and toes. We all share the same emotions and need the same things to survive. Let's remove all language and attitudes that separate and divide us. Let us think and speak as one and the same. When asked what race I belong to I respond, "The human race," since there is only one. Everything else is a myth.
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