Sun, 10/21/2018 - 18:55 -- Jadai

There's a place where they can't stand our race

We're the only ones who are always getting chased

When we're in court they dont care about our case

They never understand why we can't look at them in their face

There's always discrimination, we're tired of penetration

We're supposed to be together all in one nation

They feel that we are Inferior

Don't just look at the exterior

You should look at the Interior

Stop killing us no one is healing us

There's too many of us dying

No one wants to see their mother crying

We shouldn't have to take our last breath

Trying to end all of these deaths

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I hope this poem changes people perspectives on racial discrimination.

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