“If prejudice of race and color is only natural in the sense that ignorance, superstition, bigotry,…”

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“If prejudice of race and color is only natural in the sense that ignorance, superstition, bigotry, and vice are natural, then it has no better defense than they, and should be despised and put away from human relations as an enemy to the peace, good order, and happiness of human society.”

Frederick Douglass, “The Color Line (1881)”

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