Poems about Race

If I could change the world, I would abolish prejudice; Or the bumpy past, That created it.
Imagine a world of no conflictNo anger, no murder, no war   A world of respect  
Why are there still people out there that just love to hate? Based upon the color of their skin and their race
Ask anyone what they value and if they answer honestly Something materialistic will come out  
If I could change, just anything I would change the way love is viewed.
How can anyone succeed in a world where they are set up to fail?
There’s a faded, torn pictureMy grandma lovingly tapedOf the day she stood in front of old Abe
A Catalyst for Change