This is an excerpt from the chapter entitled "The Ministry of Reconciliation":
“Racism is not merely a simplistic hatred. It is, more often, broad sympathy toward some and broader skepticism toward others.”
― Ta-Nehisi Coates (Coates, We Were Eight Years in Power: An American Tragedy, n.d.)
As a nation, we have allowed the Great Divider, Satan himself, to cause us to be blinded to the suffering and concerns of the parts that don’t look like our part. That is exactly where this nation has fallen short since the time of the Founding Fathers to the present.
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