We All Need to Understand and Respect

I was blessed by the article “Grandpa Frederick: The Necessity of Overcoming Racial Stereotypes” (February 2016). How different would race relations be in the United States and in our church today if we approached them as the author and Grandpa Frederick did? She recognized the prejudice and dealt with it by pointing out that it was ugly and hateful, and he was willing forgive. We have made much progress in our understanding, respect, and opportunities since 1963, when I moved to Birmingham, Alabama, after graduating from Loma Linda University School of Medicine. However, we all have much to learn in regard to understanding and …

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