Just as there are gifted human animals within the human species/race, so are there other gifted animals within their respective species/races.
In fact, in all species/races gifted animals are known to exist.
‘They don’t speak our language, look like us, have our mores, share or understand our culture, think and act like we do. They don’t accomplish what we accomplish, perform the same tasks the way we do, appreciate and endeavor, feel and care’ – are all statements once made about black people of Africa, island people and otherwise indigenous people all over the globe. Indigenous people have also made the same claims toward those who saw them as less.
In Cleveland, Ohio where I live I’ve heard many times various black Africans from all walks of life refer to other species as dumb animals. In the animal rights realm, they are not even on the board yet – as a race or even as an ethnicity. Of the fifty-four countries in Africa I’ve never heard nor read of any of the inhabitants of any of them not eating animals by choice.
That needs to change. Why not start in America? Black people love to eat animals – like most other races do. Yet, other races and ethnicities are seeing the wrongness of the way and working to change what their ancestors did wrong for millennia.