Character and Color-Grassroot Perspective – Jan. 17, 2006


”’Grassroot Institute of Hawaii Comment: The concept of judging individuals by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin, or to put it in other terms by their racial ancestry, is the meaning of justice. Yet this is precisely the opposite of what the Akaka bill would do, namely judge people by their racial ancestry, rather than as individuals. One has to wonder what Martin Luther King would make of such a practice were he alive today, the enshrining of preferences on the basis of one