Tuesday, November 8, 2011
If Everyone Had The Same Color
We think that color is necessary because it exercises human judgement. One should judge a person by how they act, not by the color of their skin. This is comparable to books and how people say, "Don't judge a book by its cover." This could go both ways, if everyone had the same color then people would rely solely on how one acts. It also creates diversity and in some cases separates cultures.*
* Sonny: Culture doesn't rely on the skin of one's body but how they were brought up in their lives.
-Nael Albaki, Zachary Marano, Sonny Truong.