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We are more the same than we are different

I have a printer that seldom rests due to the nature of my work.

It spews out pages quickly and efficiently because it doesn't have to worry about colour. It is a black-only printer and I opted for such because of the savings on ink and the speed.

I printed off a photo yesterday as part of the research I am in the midst of doing. I stared at the black and white image for some time, my mind circling around one simple fact: Everyone looked the same. There was no colour, no race.

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