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adfreetdr-282x300Martin Luther King, Jr.’s central hope was that people would someday be judged not by the “color of their skin” but rather the “content of their character”.

Unfortunately, would be activists like Sharpton, Jackson and now Black Matters would have us, and our children, believe that racism and white privilege remain defining features of American society.

We disagree. We believe the way to stop discrimination on the basis of race, is to stop discriminating on the basis of race. We focus on making “American” one nationality, colorblind to skin color.

We sponsor seminars and debates, produce research policy papers for distribution and provide for public defense of those who would be castigated for their beliefs.

Please join us as we empower individuals and groups with the understanding of how to make a colorblind America a reality in our lifetime.

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Mychal S. Massie, Founder and Chairman, Racial Policy Center

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