- Black and white kids have shown that love is capable of eliminating racism in the world
- Benjamin and Cayson are friends whose friendship is worth emulating due to the love between them
- They saw each other for the first time since daycare closed and refused to let go while embracing
- Benjamin and Cayson were emotional when it was time for them to go to their respective homes
- Racism has claimed many lives around the world, but these kids have shown that with love, the latter will be a thing of the past
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Black and white kids whose friendship should be emulated have demonstrated to the world how racism should be eliminated.
Benjamin and Cayson had the opportunity of seeing each other for the first time since daycare closed, and when it was time for them to go to their respective homes, both friends became emotional and did not want to leave each other.
In a picture that was shared by a Facebook user, Jodi Lopiano, the kids could be seen embracing each other and refusing to let go.
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Jodi captioned the picture: "This.... Benjamin (son of friend Ashley Gieski) and his friend Cayson haven’t seen each other since day care closed and got to see each other for some play time and didn’t want to leave each other when it was time to go... it should always be this simple..."
In the same vein, Davido's daughter Imade Adeleke has condemned racism around the world, saying it is an evil her generation does not want any part of.
The little girl, who made the condemnation on her Instagram page, said children do not judge one another on the basis of their skin colour.
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She wrote: "Children don't judge one another on the basis on their skin colour. Racism is taught. Hatred is taught. It is an evil my generation wants no part of."
Meanwhile, it was also reported that a young Ghanaian lady by name Roselyn Yeboah has graduated with a master's degree in Materials Engineering from the University of British Columbia in Canada.
According to Roselyn, in a narration sighted by YEN.com.gh on her LinkedIn handle, her graduation took place on June 17, 2020, three years after she was granted full tuition by a professor at the university that she had never met.
Roselyn recalls that one Professor David Dreisinger took a chance on her and gave her the opportunity to do the master's under his supervision with full funding.
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