The Human Race


An ethnic group or ethnicity is a category of people who identify with each other, usually on the basis of presumed similarities such as a common language, ancestry, history, society, culture, nation or social treatment within their residing area.

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Racial Discrimination is Revealed and "The BlackFace" is Unmasked.

How the History of Blackface Is Rooted in Racism

Blackface began in the US after the Civil War as white performers played characters that demeaned and dehumanized African Americans.

The portrayal of blackface-when people darken their skin with shoe polish, greasepaint or burnt cork and paint on enlarged lips and other exaggerated features, is steeped in centuries of racism. It peaked in popularity during an era in the United States when demands for civil rights by recently emancipated slaves triggered racial hostility.

[Source: HISTORY]

Defining Ethnicity & Nationality

Ethnicity refers to particular groups of people that share some common ancestry, traditions, language, or dialect

Before the world was made up of distinct nation-states or countries, certain pieces of land were associated with ethnic groups. Some examples are:

•Anglos and Saxons - England

•Maori - New Zealand

•Mayan - Southern Mexico/Central America

•Greeks - Greece

•Masai - the Great Rift Valley of East Africa

•Pueblo- New Mexico

As some countries were made up mostly one ethnic group, people began to conclude that national-ity (the country which a person is a citizen of) was the same as ethnicity, i.e. a person from Denmark is a Dane or Danish. But more often the name of the country doesn't refer to the ethnic origins of its citi-zens. A person from Spain would be thought of as "Spanish", although their ethnicity could be Basque, Catalan, Gallego or Gitano. Many countries like Spain

are actually made up of diverse ethnic groups. The United States is a perfect example of this reality. Many people like to make ethnic distinctions as well as national distinctions to hold on to their ethnic culture and identity.

Italian-American - (Ethnicity is Italian and na-tionality is US American)


•Chinese-American - (Ethnicity is Chinese and nationality is US American)

Racism, also called racialism, any action, practice, or belief that reflects the racial worldview-the ideology that humans may be divided into separate and exclusive biological entities called "races": that there is a causal link between inherited physical traits and traits of personality, intellect, morality, and other cultural and behavioral features; and that some races are innately superior to others.

The Construction of Race & Racism

The concept of race was created as a classifi-cation of human beings with the purpose of giving power to white people . . . etc.

Now, we're going to find out the reason why . . .  

And trust, SP. It's going to get interesting.

Race is a false classification of people that is not based on any real or accurate biological or scientific truth. In other words, the distinc-tion we make between races, has nothing to do with scientific truth.

Race is a political construction. A political construction is something created by people; that is not a natural development; is construct-ed or created for a political purpose.

The concept of race was created as a classifi-cation of human beings with the purpose of giving power to white people and to legiti-mize the dominance of white people over non-white people.

It began in 1857 with a Book: Slavery Ordained of God

an example of many articles using religion to justify slavery


With the increasing impor-tance of slavery, religion was used as a means to justify racist divisions, classifying people of color as 'pagan and soulless'. However, "As sub-stantial numbers of people of color were converted to Christianity, and as religion itself lost much of its power as a legitimizing agent, justifi cations for the brutality of slavery changed." The slave-based economy in the south necessitated a racist exploitative sys-tem, which led to the development of biological, zoological and botanical theories to 'explain human difference and to justify slavery.'

The Mark of Cain—Revisited.

Elijah Abel And The Mark Of Cain

' According to Mormon belief," histoXA.rian Rodman Paul wrote in "The Mormons: From Persecution to Power" (June, 1977), the skin color of black people "means that they bear a lifelong curse as the descendants of one of the sons of Adam and Eve, Cain, who in a fit of jealousy slew his brother Abel. For this bloody deed, Cain and his descendants were cursed with black skins-the 'mark of Cain.' Someday, Mormon theory runs, the curse will be lifted, but until that time participation in the priesthood is forbidden to blacks. ... For modern Mormon liberals, the church's flat prohibition-and the blunt implication of racial inferiority-has become a heavy cross."


Contrary to popular belief,

The Mark of Cain has nothing to do with the African-American Race.

New SP 2020 Discoveries (yet to published) have revealed the Mark of Cain to be a part of the curse, and has nothing to do with our ethnicities, or our race and everything to do with our inequities.

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