Poems about Race
Martin Luther King once said, “Darkness does NOT drive out darkness; only light can.”
Rights, we have them, everyone has them, but why is they pain? why must they suffer?
(poems go here) there is always a time and place for everything ,
We live in a world Where everyone's different Different race, different skin color And different identities
I saw black men of my generation tearing down all we built by, stealing, shooting, raping, and terrorizing.
I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisib
Why I Write No, WHY I FIGHT Keitaris Goldston
Why are we fighting? Why are we fighting with each other everyday for the same rights we all deserve?
(poems go here) I am a child of the Americans A light-skinned mestiza of the Columbian islands
I waited for a thousand years That looked just like the skies that are painted Of black.