Interracial Issues

In truth, there are people who believe that nationality and race are the same thing. I have lost at least one friend because I did not agree with her when she told me that there is no such thing as race.

Personally, I believe humanity h’as some diversity which has developed naturally and there is nothing wrong with that.

The world’s populace of people who can be grouped by general facial features and trends of skin tone, hair color and texture, shape of the eyes and nose seem to be disbursed such that each group tends to dominate in at least one region of the planet in terms of numbers of a local population. Political and financial domination are different but are also legitimate.

Not everyone cares about issues about race but personally I believe in a world of liberated humans of all the genders and races. In general terms I am politically and personally against oppressive political and social structures which are devised to abuse a minority or even majority of a local population.

The USA has its own history of issues involving race. As one more drop in the bucket, An Adventure in Indianapolis is simply an actual bi-racial story featuring ‘white and black’ people which can also be called Northern and Southern-equatorial people who are living in the USA as citizens and members of the society as people who belong. There are both good guys and bad guys of more than one skin color in the story. The reason is that Indianapolis has people of more than one color living in it and I wanted to give a heads up that you are not being ‘white washed out of this story’ which has happened a lot in the popular media although it is not as bad now as it was in 1950.

Here are a couple of links to the story. http://www.amazon.com/An-Adventure-in-Indianapolis-ebook/dp/B001F0QG7U/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1367689837&sr=1-1&keywords=an+adventure+in+Indianapolis

Urban crime fiction with just a touch of magic in Naptown, the city of Indianapolis

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