This book details the history of Colorism, and the universal origins of racism. It also emphasizes Racial Identity, the Ethnic and Collective Unconscious, Cultural, Psychological and Racial Anthropology. Hopefully, therapists and other professionals will become aware of the possibility that discussion of scientific topics realistically, can avoid racial hatred. The book places a different approach to race by showing how race impacts our lives through skin color gradation. Racism has many colors, and skin is the main determinant for Black and White issues. As a therapist the reason why the client is in therapy may be due to skin color acceptance. Most health care workers accept that race may play a role in the client's behavior, but does not know, understand, or ignore the relevance of color gradation. Unfortunately, this part of the problem is overlooked. On becoming aware of our Multiraciality, through color gradation, is helpful to all professionals including Police Officers. The book is analytical, but also offers solutions.