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We notice (if rather subconsciously) that when we meet other people who have a different race to us, that they have only one head, as well as two arms and two legs (unless they are disabled) and yet for those of us who are racist, we tend to focus on the trifling difference of skin colour, compared to the similarity of all other factors, such as our fundamental anatomy and physiology.

© Aaron John Beth’el

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