Racism Quotes and Sayings - Page 3
So the color of our skin is different… Not every one dresses the same either! Everyone is different. No matter if it is by the color of their skin, their hair, or their eyes, even their personality is different. No two are EXACTLY the same. Not even identical twins.
As you grow older, you’ll see white men cheat black men every day of your life, but let me tell you something and don’t you forget it – whenever a white man does that to a black man, no matter who he is, how rich he is, or how fine a family he comes from, he is trash.
– Harper Lee
What is it you most dislike? Stupidity, especially in its nastiest forms of racism and superstition.
– Christopher Hitchens
Racism will only end when the past is forgotten, which isn’t likely.
I know this isn’t really quote but you should rate it cause it is honest.
The thing what annoys me most in life is not liking people cos how they look.
Thank you Martin Luther King for making everyone equal despite the race.
Please don’t be racist.
We are white, we are black, we are yellow …what the point of making a different cos after we die we will be just skeleton…lol…
Color doesn’t matter. The brain matters.
Imagine there is only one race and color on this planet. It’d be boring! I don’t even think of spending my life there. Thank God you create us in different colors. You are the bestest creator!
We’re all pink on the inside!
Who cares what skin color we are. You are what you are. Do aliens in outer space care about their appearance?
Judgements prevent us from seeing the good that lies beyond appearances.
– Wayne Dyer
Judging someone by the color of their skin is ignorant. Their skin complexion has nothing to do with their morals, beliefs or intelligence.
Has it ever occurred to you that the racist is always an illiterate?
I will always fight against racism. Be it from black people or white people bigotry should have no place in our country and opinion makers I will speak up…Let it go.
You don’t still own a black and white TV… So why see the world that way?
America is so racist and yet they can vote a black man president. The world’s most powerful man (Obama) is a black man. Why racism?
Not liking a person for being annoying and just downright ignorant doesn’t make you a bad person, sometimes. Until everyone finds out the person you don’t like is black, then you just suddenly become a complete bigot for hating them. Why must people do this? No one really knows.
The Bible, Matthew 22:39
Love your neighbor as yourself.’
The Bible, Leviticus 19
1The LORD … Said to Moses,2 “Say this to the entire community of Israel: You must be holy because I, the LORD your God, am holy.
33 Do not exploit the foreigners who live in your land.
34 They should be treated like everyone else, and you must love them as you love yourself.
The Bible, Colossians 3:11
Here there is no Greek or Jew, circumcised or uncircumcised, barbarian, Scythian, slave or free, but Christ is all, and is in all.
The Bible, Proverbs 14:21
If you want to be happy, be kind to the poor; it is a sin to despise anyone.
1 Samuel 16
7 The LORD said … The LORD doesn’t make decisions the way you do! People judge by outward appearance, but the LORD looks at a person’s thoughts and intentions.
The Bible, Acts 10:34
Now I am certain that God treats all people alike.
So we must be the same as He is, or we’ll be in danger of hellfire.
And the Lord doesn’t favor one by one’s appearance. (How you dress, your color of your skin, etc.) He looks at what”s in your heart.
The beauty of one’s soul is what’s most important to Him. So please be delighted in all His creation! There’s many more verses like these so look them up.
I for one have dealt with racism…
Yes I know everyone is racist in some kind of way.
The people who resist it know that their kind of racist, but they’re afraid of showing it. I think racism is stupid and annoying. If you don’t like someone. Okay you don’t like them, then don’t associate with them…
There is a world of difference between racism & prejudice. IE: one can look at a young man with a hoodie on and prejudge that the young man is a thug, that’s prejudice. To judge a man as a thug because of his skin color is racist.
I can understand prejudice to a person the way they walk/dress etc (walk like a thug, dress like a thug, chances are, you are a thug), however, to judge a person solely on their skin color is, at best, stupid. And at worst, poisonous.
Travel broadens the mind, if you visit different countries, you may find that most of the world’s population are similar in the way they treat strangers. In my experience, it has been with nothing but kindness.
In fact, the only real racism I have encountered, has been by fellow white skin people because I’m English and they have been French, and that does not mean I dislike every French person because of it. It just emphasizes my point.
There are good people and bad people, that’s life. Color/race/religion/sexual orientation/language don’t come into it.
We could all take a lesson from crayons: Some are sharp, some are beautiful, some have weird names, all are different colors; but they all have to learn to live in the same box.
Racism, what is it? Who cares! How do you see others? Who cares! Ask yourself, how do I see myself? You better care! Like yourself and who you are and racism probably isn’t an issue for you! Racism is part of all cultures and diversity is what makes those cultures stronger! We are just to fixated on the past and not concerned for our future. People dislike change and change dislikes people as it is usually confused anyway! racism, let this issue go and maybe it will go away. It is usually about white vs black never black vs white, why? Who are the racists now? Let it go! Just let it go!
I am mixed race and my mom (who is white) has always told me that we are all equal. At the end of the day God made all of us whether we’re black, white, pink, blue or yellow with red polka dots! We should all be proud of what we are.
Props to all the great American comedians like Chris Rock and Carlos Mencia who use humor to help us lower the boundaries between us. It seems to me that the problem is we’re not great at finding socially acceptable ways to acknowledge and appreciate our differences. We could all probably do better to bring along any small minded people among us who really still hold on to a racist view of the world.
Do you know what we call opinion in the absence of evidence? We call it prejudice.
– Michael Crichton