You may agree with this quote more than you think you would.

I'm not going to write a biography on Martin Luther King here, it's not my fault if you didn't pay attention in school. I just want to bring to the forefront one of his most quoted speeches and turn it around a bit.

 "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."-Martin Luther King

Now, re-read that again. While it's ludicrous that you would let someone's skin pigmentation change your perception of them, I want to focus on the "content of their character" part.

I was just thinking of this the other day. Someone tried calling me out and said that I could be judgemental and dismissive of people and the answer is, dang right I am. If the "content of your character" is off, I just don't have time for you.

So there you go. I have used a message of love and turned it on its head and maybe you can think about it that way.  To me, we should be 100% above ever making race an issue, so that the only reason we love, like, or disassociate with a person is because of the content of their character.