Like birth, race is, for all of us, a matter of fact in which we have no choice.
This simple, neutral fact of nature, however, weaves such a painful web of complexity, once it passes through the maladjusted looms of the human eyes, hearts, and minds. Far from being a distinction without a difference, race has provided the ugly excuse for discrimination, prejudice, fear and hatred. In the worst circumstances, the boisterous looms of race churn out bales of cloth soaked with human blood.
Just as many sins are committed in the false name of God, much evil has been perpetrated under the mischievous pretence of championing a race.
Why has it come to be so?