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  65.     

Never Again! ! !

Never again shall we suffer in the hand of others

Never again shall we let our children and family be murdered

Never again shall we accept any racism

Remember what happened in the holocaust...


NEVER AGAIN! ! ! ! !
 
mel hekic

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  66.     

Freedom Of Speech

I NEVER understood why racism still exist.
We all have the same arms, the same legs, the
same eyes and possess the same human form!
We are all the same in my EYES even if your
racist voice constantly persist!

Making a Radical Change and starting a Revolutionary War.
 
Ranis Thomas III

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  67.     

The Black And White Zealots.. Reality In Ferguson

The sad reality of Ferguson
Tragedy is any death
A young man was shot and killed
But before the investigation was over
Zealots stormed the room
Black zealots and white zealots
Racism Racism cried the few
Inciting violence
Justifying looting
Destroying whatever lay in their way
Racism Racism they cried louder
Not allowing time for the truth
Was the cop at fault
Or was it the fault of the young man
VIOLENCE OVERTOOK THE LAND
Most people are good
They wait for the truth to be answered
Then judgment can be held
Who was at fault can be accountable
Justice is served
Does not matter now
Violence overtook the land
More victims are claimed
Chaotic destruction
More shootings
More arrests
More lies to escalate the madness
The truly innocent are hurt and raped
Because the zealots are in the wake
The facts become fodder
Because the zealots scream louder
Both parties guilty
The few whites and blacks
Who cannot wait to attack
Find this to be their open door
However please remember most people are good
No matter what color
And faith needs to be restored
 
Dimitri Jagodinski

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  68.     

Racism Is Better

I would prefer to be
discriminated
out of racism
than to be
humiliated
by my own countrymen
 
rommelmarkmarchan beyond poetica

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