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Unity in Diversity

It calls for a wider loyalty, for a larger aspiration than any that has animated the human race. It insists upon the subordination of national impulses and interests to the imperative claims of a unified world. It repudiates excessive centralization on one hand, and disclaims all attempts at uniformity on the other. Its watchword is unity in diversity.

Unity in Diversity

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Kenyan Child

Children in Nairobi, Kenya. BelAfrique your personal travel planner -


we're not born racist! Our parents and the people we trust most teach it to us. Don't teach it to your children; don't be that asshole!

Diversity & Inclusion – Love Has No Labels

Since news of third-year UVA student Martese Johnson's brutal and unjustifiably violent arrest came in a week ago, there have been some important updates to the story: first and most importantly, that 20-year-old Johnson was not attempting to use a fake ID, as earlier, unconfirmed reports (and my earlier blog post) had suggested; second, that--as per Johnson's lawyer and the bouncer working the door at Trinity Irish Pub--the holdup stemmed from a zip code discrepancy (Johnson had moved in recent years, and his ID was four years old); third, that Johnson, according to that bouncer, seemed sober and cordial and "just disappointed he didn't get in."

Two unidentified African American Union Army soldiers, full-length portrait, wearing uniforms, c. 1864

Women in the War Industry Amanda Smith, an African-American woman employed in the Long Beach Plant of the Douglas Aircraft Company. Between 1940 and 1944, approximately one million civilian African Americans entered the labor force; 600,000 of them were female. The proportion of black women in industrial occupations almost tripled during the war, rising from 6.5 to 18 percent. Los Angeles-area aircraft plants were among the first to offer them employment. This woman worked at the Long Beac...

African American fire fighters stationed at Hose Company No. 4, Los Angeles, CA. Source: African American Firefighter Museum Vintage African American photography courtesy of Black History Album, The Way We Were. Follow Us On Twitter @blackhistoryalb

Pride in being white is broadcasted one way or another, every day in our lives. Through history, income, jobs/careers, justice, beauty, education, business, class, media, politics, priority, etc. You can't escape it. ~KenyanBunnie

$93 BILLION a year in SUBSIDIES ( free Tax money) to RICH CORPORATIONS..who Pay little or NO TAXES!!!


“And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same” - Nelson Mandela ❤️☀️


Resignation of Nicholas Roti, a veteran police officer who operated over the controversial police warehouse, comes as attorneys announce civil rights lawsuit

"Every living thing is connected... all is one, one is all."

Palestinian and Israeli children

“Consider others as yourself.” -The Dhammapada