Poems about Race

If I could change anything I see, It'd be how we view equality: Equal rights for whites, blacks, and latinos;
You have your religion. My faith is the same faith as yours. But your right to religion   may not impede
What would I change about the world? Till this day racism is still an issue, but why though?
If you say thought black was pure than your happiness was sin, life was based off the color of your skin.
Can’t black girls be smart? Does the sight of us show ignorance?
It began on a ship, one we didnt have an opportunity to drive,
I don't believe in this country I believe in it's people
They lookin' at you with those shaded eyeThe dark rings around there eyes
Show me we never skipped a beat. Prove to me In the shadow of a dream, I can find a surreal reality; almost too good to believe.