The late Lucky Dube, a famous reggae musician from South Africa once said, “when I see a black man, I see the image of God. When a see a white man, I see the image of God. And that’s the way it should be. We belong together.” Unfortunately however, this is not the reality in many situations such as with the cold-blooded killing of black Christian worshippers in Charleston South Carolina, xenophobic attacks by indigenous South African’s on foreigners, the raging controversy over Sandra Bland death and many more race and hate related issues in the media lately. It is a shame and beyond belief that even in the year 2015 despite all the intellectual and technological progress of society, some sections of society still feel superior to others on the mere basis of skin color.