Poems about Race

They tell us that we are free, but are we really 'free'? Bounded and affected by the oppression against me
Who am I? Am I defined by my race or pigmentation Or does my beastly action define my litigation
We both have history.  You had ancestors that were slaves at one point,  I had ancestors that were slaves at one point.
Come on now, I'll lead us through this darkness, I’ll provide us the light to proceed,
Come on now, I'll lead us through this darkness, I’ll provide us the light to proceed,
Equality is something fought for Yet this war has yet to stop Hasn’t anyone noticed we don’t need this anymore?
Thats so ghetto That's so retarded That's so    I have depression I have anxiety
MY CIVIL RIGHTS POEM. Civil rights movement was all about equality The law that peaked in the 1960s
My skin(echo) …. was Bargained for the Benefits my melanin.
She’s a person of color, Who’s afraid to confront the police,

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