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Positive Identity

The Founding Paper explaining Positive Identity’s next generation approach to creating positive race relations

Positive Identity at (TPI) is an independent new movement for race relations in America. “TPI” seeks to spread media and stories of positive race relations to turn our current state of negative racial division into one driven towards positive unity. TPI approaches racial identity through a moral maxim of “Love Your Neighbor as Yourself” which is forward-looking, timeless and universal. This moral maxim informs not only the media we share, but how Asian, Black, Hispanic, Native and White people should see each other and themselves…

Race Relations take a different tone under each presidency. So what happens next and how can we engage with it?

Less than a week ago Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States. No small feet considering the political turmoil America is in after the Capital Hill Riot, COVID19 ripping through America, the extremism of the Trump Presidency and the streets burning from the angers of racial division. Yet when Biden stood up, the themes he focused on were a stark contrast from the cultural narratives of the day. Unity. Empathy. Healing. …

“I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech is revered not just because to shocked the race conscious America of the 60s, but because of the ideal that it was aiming for. One where we have achieved that founding ideal that All Men Are Created Equal and the defining nature of society is based entirely on our moral character.

This statement and King’s success made him an American and global legend. With a 90%…

Positive Identity

Positive Identity is a media generator, aggregator, and movement dedicated to creating unity by celebrating positive race relations and identity!

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