I agree that needless hate is... well, needless. It's not that that I was disagreeing with. In my opinion, these artificial boundaries change people so that they are in fact different. What I mean to say is that if a mother came out and told their child not to play with you, that would change you. You might have been exactly like that child forbidden from your company, but now you aren't. You know that this mom doesn't like you for some reason that you don't necessarily understand. Eventually, you might learn that it's your skin, your religion, or your economic standing. Whatever it is, you are now different because of it. Whatever it is may not matter. But it is now a part of you. If you're a white guy, you can say "I don't see color." You can afford not to. You have privilege in that respect, you don't have to deal with it. If you're not white, however, America is going to treat you differently. As a white guy, I would like to think that I try to be aware of it, know that I have an unfair natural advantage. To do that you need to see color. These boundaries are unfair and unreasonable, and shouldn't have been created, but they're there now, and they exist now. To ignore these boundaries is to ignore that someone may have had to go through some pointless trial or unreasonable hatred. I'm not saying treat people differently. I'm saying be aware that they are different.
I actually had a bit of confusion deciphering your last comment, sorry if I didn't really answer it. but it 's hard to understood person who do not grammar. (Sorry, that's mean.) But anyway, Could you perhaps, say, type a little slower next time? Or maybe give it a look over after you finish? Sorry if you don't have time; it's just difficult to comprehend.