We are, as a species, a discerning animal, the wise Man, the reasoning Man, therefore it is inherent within the human character to be discerning, It is to make a choice between this or that or that which is pleasing or perceived as threatening. It is referred to as being discriminatory or having discriminating taste.
With that in mind would you want to eliminate that human trait?
Should we discriminate on the skin coloration, I would say no, as it has no real value.
For those who identify, who use their skin tone as a status symbol to set themselves apart from others, these, I believe, are the racists. It is these people who set the tone for division.
Skin tone does not indicate a race of people, as there is only one with billions of insignificant variations.
As we are all Homo sapiens-sapiens maybe we should begin there, unless the coloration of ones skin is more important then our capacity to reason.