The Roots of Racial Conflict [NOOK Book]

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Why are there continuing racial conflicts in the world? This book explodes the myth of race, pointing to the anthropological and genetic evidence that humanity is just one family without biological subdivisions. The author, Joaquim Huang, delves into the fears that ethnic groups harbour against other groups and shows the way forward that necessitates developing an inclusiveness transcending race as well as religion.

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The Roots of Racial Conflict

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Overview

Why are there continuing racial conflicts in the world? This book explodes the myth of race, pointing to the anthropological and genetic evidence that humanity is just one family without biological subdivisions. The author, Joaquim Huang, delves into the fears that ethnic groups harbour against other groups and shows the way forward that necessitates developing an inclusiveness transcending race as well as religion.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045567060
  • Publisher: Joaquim Huang
  • Publication date: 1/6/2014
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 624,912
  • File size: 152 KB

Meet the Author

Joaquim Huang has acquired more than 45 years of research knowledge and experience in studying the world’s scriptures. With a heartfelt conviction that these scriptures are a limitless treasure-house for all humanity, he has ventured beyond the confines of any single religion to accept truth in a broadly inclusivist manner.His exploration of the world’s scriptures began in the 1960s as a teenager, and he soon discussed with conservative religious teachers the discovery that all religions teach an identical fundamental truth. As his insights and heartfelt convictions deepened, he penned a Sunday newspaper interfaith column in the 1980s that won him a Promotion of Unity award.Joaquim Huang has also delivered papers at international religious conferences held in New York, Los Angeles, Seoul, Bangkok, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Assisi near Rome. A Master’s degree holder from the University of Hull, UK, he is also the recipient of an Ambassador For Peace award conferred by the Universal Peace Federation.
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