America: We are not free. Instead, we are enslaved to ideas and concepts which date back several centuries -- ideas which have influenced us to live segregated lives based on assumptions and illogical concepts about life and people. We are not a free nation until we change our perception of reality to lead us to real freedom. Only then can we be united and free.
Here are some ways we can realize a race-free America over the next 100 years:
1. Everything race-based must go:
We cannot realize a race-free America with programs, groups, and other self-interests which promote and support the concept of race. The goal is to create a social fabric which is fair and balanced, and we cannot achieve this without eradicating the things which plague our nation and its ability to realize the dream.
- Racial classification and labels
- Affirmative Action
- Rainbow Coalition
- Action Network
- Government supported programs
- Exclusive clubs
- Targeted networks, magazines, and newspapers
2. Educate, educate, educate:
If we are to achieve a race-free society, then we must educate our citizens. Most Americans support the idea of race, and effective communication is paramount to breaking the mold.
- Public Service Announcements
- Community outreach initiatives
- Political support
- Curriculum for schools and universities
- Corporate and government support
3. Practice "equal thinking":
If Americans were created equal, then we wouldn't be a nation obsessed with race, nor would classes exist (e.g., "black", "white"). Contrary to popular belief, there isn't a "majority" or "minority". We are all the same. There are no superior groups of people. Race is a fallacy.
4. Innocence is beautiful; Protect our children:
When children are born, they are innocent and open-minded. Let's keep it that way, as they are the future of a race-free society.
5. Word of mouth:
Communicate and share often. Help your family, friends, co-workers, and acquaintances realize the fraud that race is and the harm it has caused this nation and world over the past few centuries. Introduce them to material, research the truth about race, and help them understand.
The above thoughts on achieving a race-free society is just a start. The initiative will require the collective power of thousands and millions of voices standing up for the truth and enabling our great nation to truly be free. We cannot pretend. We cannot ignore it. We cannot sit idle. We cannot be comfortable. We must take action. Today.
Life was never intended to be this way, America. It is up to you to help steer our nation on a path to healing and prosperity. We must work to realize the dream of a race and color-free society. We cannot give up. We must believe and take action.
Do you believe in the dream? Will you stand up for it? We owe this to ourselves, our country, and the world. Let's become the guiding light for great change. Let's create a New America.