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​      I write because I want to change the way the world views race.  With each piece, my aim is to eradicate negative stereotypes about African-Americans, while educating people about our culture. 
     Whether it's through contemporary poetry or educational material, I hope that what I share encourages people to embrace all cultures, and accept the differences that make up the diverse world that we live in today. 


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RACISM

by K on 05/01/16

RACISM

 Hate, discrimination;

stereotypes, prejudice,

racism,

this world is still NOT free from all forms of

life’s mysterious hypocritical revelations.

                                   Hate is in the air,          

no one seems to care;

supporting Trump’s hate rhetoric,

forgetting that he actually verbalized advocating violence.

He’ll bail you out he said in public, spewing all kinds of discrimination.

America,

the land of the free,

Unless you Mexican, Black, Filipino, or Muslim like me.

Support who you want, but do you support hate?

support who you’d like,

But really, a bully?

Shoot to kill,

no warning in sight;

videotaped, unarmed, watched; a jury, no conviction,

will our plight ever see the light?

Equality for all?

Or, will America continue this blatant disregard for Black life?

A rapper giving some Whites a pass to say the N word right in your face;

you a stupid Ni@@a!

You a f’ng disgrace?

It has a double meaning?

Are we a disgrace to the human race?

Some sing "it" in songs; some rap "it" in raps;

many still get mad when someone White says "it"?  

Who’s right? Who’s wrong?

Racism, what does it mean?

Prejudice, can all live the American dream?

Discrimination,

Do some Whites fear Farrakhan & the Muslim nation?

Slavery, has it taught us a lesson?

Racism, is it disguised as an evil blessing?