Racial Unity and Diversity

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In the world I come from The colors of skin mesh to one. Culture clashes like the joining of two bodies of water Like the rise and fall of grand empires. Morals and ethics flood the bindings of religious teachings
I'm glad that we're diverse, with all these different traces. I look around my class, and I see different faces. I walk around the school, and there are different races. If not for MLK then all this would not be.
Colors dripping down the canvas Blending into a solid line A gentle breeze rushing the drops To one side Then the crosswind Brushing the drops to the other A pattern of nature A pattern of color
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