The type of checkerboard in a board game of chess that consists of 64 squares arranged in two alternate colors - light and dark. The colors are also called "black" and "white".
Well... I'm not gonna talk or explain about a chessboard or how a game of chess is to be played.
But there is a similarity between the world and the chessboard. A competition between the blacks and the whites.
You look at a girl and say "Hey she is pretty but she is dark " or "though she is dark she is pretty " . A child is born to someone. The first question among the family members ," is he/she fair or dark ? or a medium complexion ? ".
I remember my school days when a student with a fair complexion entered the class, the rest of the students would go " I guess he/she is really good at studies" or "I guess he/she is from a rich family". When a student with a medium or a dark complexion got out of one of the most expensive cars, "Oh my goodness he/she has got a car! ... I didn't know he/she was rich ...at least doesn't look rich". Are we going to let the youth grow-up with this mentality?
Racism has existed throughout human history.Even a country like India isn't free from racism. It is the hatred of one person by another or the belief that a particular race is superior or inferior to another on the basis of skin color , language , customs or any inborn biological characteristics. In history racism was a driving force to slave trade in certain nations.Practices and ideologies of racism are universally condemned by the united nations in the declaration of human rights.
The world is a chessboard divided into the "blacks" and the "whites". Color differentiation is not something you are born with. It is something you learn as you grow up. It is up to us to overcome this inequality and make the world a better place to live in.
"NO ONE IS BORN HATING ANOTHER PERSON BECAUSE OF THE COLOR OF HIS SKIN OR THE BACKGROUND OR HIS RELIGION. PEOPLE MUST LEARN TO HATE, & IF THEY CAN LEARN TO HATE THEY CAN BE TAUGHT TO LOVE FOR LOVE COMES MORE NATURALLY TO THE HUMAN HEART THAN ITS OPPOSITE . "