Respectively, it's a waste of time and the topic of no diversity unless dealing with injustice is very ancient Of course Rev. Fredrick Robinson may disagree, because his mindset could be back in the 20th century. It's time for black people to accept and love who they are and stop the hatred among themselves.
For too long, most black people have denied their heritage and idolized the white race when they should have been worshiping God. If white is seen as more beautiful to most black people, how can we expect justice whenever there is a tragedy like in Ferguson? It's time for the entire race of black people to seek God more than ever before, because judgement has been for those who have resented the way God created them while killing each other all sorts of ways. We say 'no' to Rev. Robinson, 'there must be first ultimate love for God from the race of black people and then love and unity among themselves.' For this reason, diversity with other races has always been irrelevant, if there could never be any love and unity among the race of black people. It's time for the majority of black people to accept the fact that there has been injustice and unfair treatment within the race. No doubt, then God will will allow justice will happen when African Americans will start examining themselves.