Breaking the Shackles of Racism

Today it is hardly possible to read a newspaper or listen to a news program without learning of some new instance of upheaval, unrest, or violence resulting from racial prejudice. This problem is not limited to certain geographical areas or countries. It is almost a universal one, disrupting world brotherhood.

Racism has plagued mankind down through the centuries—from the bondage of the Israelites in Egypt to present-day injustices and inequities in various parts of the world. Is there no lasting and equitable solution to this problem, which could well be described as "man's inhumanity to man"?

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