Each of us is God's child

Racism is not a given.

For many years, environmentalists have worked hard to educate humanity about the value of tropical rain forests, particularly about the possibility that — in addition to the forests' positive influence on global climate — some unknown species will provide significant benefits to humanity. While the battle to save the forests is far from over, these efforts are helping people all around the globe see the value of still unexplored and irreplaceable resources.

Just as much devotion and creativity — if not more — are needed to help humanity value the uniqueness and richness of its various races and cultures. Perhaps this seems obvious, yet much work needs to be done before genuine understanding and peace between members of the human family — no matter what their color or background — can be achieved.

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