As a highly melaninated woman, born and living in a country with a majority white population, I am used to being on the receiving end of racism.  I know, from first-hand experience that white people from every echelon of society while considering themselves civilised, educated, and reasonable, may still have the propensity to hate all those whose skin colour is darker than theirs.  Even some white Christians, who believe in a God who created human beings in His image, feel there is no contradiction in also believing in white supremacy.  I have met Christians who are affronted by the notion that Jesus did not choose to come to earth in the guise of a white man.  And feel that to portray Jesus with dark skin is highly offensive.  So, I am