A very interesting article and discussion about race and hate, which has been discussed many times over by many people across the color line for the last few decades.
This article included a discussion on the color of Christ, which I addressed several years ago as well. See my article at: http://www.timbooktu.com/horton/misrep.htm
Some people would have the world perceive them as gods (1 Thessalonians 2:4), but we must not be so easily doped (Colossians 2:8) instead we, not only requiring proof (1 Thessalonians 5:21) because we know many will present something other than the truth (II Corinthians 11:4,14), must engage in that timeless activity of gaining knowledge (II Timothy 2:15) in order to establish what is true in our own mind (Romans 14:5).
Many will say, what does it matter? Why does the color of Christ matter so much? Well, it doesn’t register as that important until the color of Christ is used to achieve a status and a level of control over other people who would suggest some nefarious intentions were at work.
In the grand scheme of things, people will represent their beliefs in accordance with their cultural norms. (See my other post for more on this at: https://thecic.wordpress.com/2015/12/20/the-many-varying-perspectives-on-god-2/)