'black and proud'

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Let's talk about Black Lives Matter... It's our mistake; we're too busy being fake. BLM started in 2013 against police brutality, An attempt to search for equality.
I find myself within you when you look at me    when our lonely bodies sway in this space  I do not see brokenness   but rather our enduring strength.  
They shame us Into thinking  That we are less and inferior  When they know It’s more of a privilege To be considered different 
Black yet not black enough. My in-between skin felt the lick of the Midwest breeze And my bones – they rose and I fell to my knees At sunrise, still dark enough for peace
I am a triple threat Yes I am a triple threat I sing, do art, and dance with no regret Yes I am creative and love to express But being a triple threat comes with stress You must always to dress to impress 
The people of this world are blind to the bulls***, Focusing on every false thing that's in the newsprint.   When will you learn, You can't trust the ignorant, simpleminded,
  I feel the warmest when I’m surrounded by my family We live life as if there’s no limitations despite the fact that there are so many  
it maKes no sense. how they need us so muCh; But they treat us As Less.  
You look upon my skin with disgust Yet you spend hours of your life darkening your skin by the sun Why do you risk cancer to look like me?
"One nation, Under God, Indivisible, With liberty,  And justice for all."   It's interesting how people believe that those words are not false;
The Hate You Give Makes me feel on a whole other level  I have to cope and deal I see your gun  pointed at my son My dad, my uncle, my cousin, my granpa
Just because I am a darker skin color I am not ghetto I am not out of what's "acceptable" I am not white washed I am more intelligent than you think Just because I am nonexistent in your household
Warm cocoa butter kisses graze the skin Its dark complexion craves attention Denial of it true beauty is a deadly sin But its tale of bravery is worth a mention  
My black skin,  On your  black skin. What looks better Than ours’ Side by side? What a Beautiful Sight. It just seems  So right. You over There 
Hey black boy You'll be okay At least you live another day. Don't be scared of the white man  It's just his color, Teach your mama, family, And plenty others. Hey black boy
The Unapologetic Address By Hannah Hattie McBean Ahem-Ahem-Ahem-Ahem Skin'n and grin'nGo on and skin that grin
Dear Society, why hate on me? No matter how I wear my hair still so hard to please. Dear Society, why can't I be great? Shall I lighten my skin & lose some weight? Dear Society, do you think I'll be successful?
Dear America I'm black My nose is wide My hair is nappy And my lips are big   I'm black
To the darkskinned black girl, You are compromised of honey, cacao, love, soul, and have been delicately, intricately, and selectively crafted by the very fingers of God himself.
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