No one is born racist: Twitter inspired by photos of kids' colour blind love

No one is born racist: Twitter inspired by photos of kids' colour blind love

Nelson Mandela once said: "No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin or his religion or his background."

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And, his words could not be more true in several photos a social media user shared online. Taking to Twitter, tweep @danielmarven shared several photos of kids, who hail from different ethnic groups.

Despite having different skin colours, the kids show each other love- proving Madiba's statement.

"Children will play with everyone. Until a parent tells them not to. Parents are the one who plant hatred sometimes," @danielmarven captioned the post.

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Tweeps were inspired by the photos and Briefly.co.za gathered social media users agreed racism was passed on from generation to generation.

Gadifele Mafoko, who goes by the Twitter handle @Iam_Gadifele, commented: "Nothing but the truth. I remember this one time I took my kids to Spur, this non-black child left her mother's table & came to sit with us. When the mother came to fetch her, she cried. Mother had no choice but to bring her food to our table."
Another tweep, @kharogladys, added: "True love has no boundaries, no restrictions and its language is one,that of love."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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