Would there be less discrimination against black people if religion did not associate light with good an darkness with evil?

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Multiple ]religions, such as Christianity, promote the belief that light (by extension white skin) is associated with goodness while darkness (by extension black skin) is associated with evil. We even see this employed with the use of wedding dresses for women, where a white dress is to signal the purity of the bride as she is handed off by her father to her husband.
Would there be less discrimination against black people if religion did not associate light with good an darkness with evil?
On some subconscious level this religious reinforcement must impact the way people view the world and others of different races. For example, being more hesitant around someone of darker skin tone or being more hyper vigilant to look for bad character traits from them.
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Would there be less discrimination against black people if religion did not associate light with good an darkness with evil?
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