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On The Creation Of Niggers
by Howard Phillip Lovecraft

When, long ago, the gods created Earth
In Jove's fair image Man was shaped at birth.
The beasts for lesser parts were next designed;
Yet were they too remote from humankind.
To fill the gap, and join the rest to Man,
Th'Olympian host conceiv'd a clever plan.
A beast they wrought, in semi-human figure,
Filled it with vice, and called the thing a Nigger.

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Racism
by Oodgeroo Noonuccal

Stalking the corridors of life,
Black, frustrated minds
Scream for release
From Christian racist moulds.
Moulds that enslave
Black independence.

Take care! White racists!
Black can be racists too.
A violent struggle could erupt

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Stop Racism And Spread More Humanity (Poem) By Christen Kuikoua
by Christen Kuikoua

When Will We Wake Up?
I am So tire, Tire Of Racism
Tire of me hiding in the shadows
As if i was a Dog or a cat
because of how My skin,
my voice Look or sound Like
It not like i decided to be black
or when to a competition to have black skin,
or what ever skin, that is not point,
So i ask Again When Will man Wake up?

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Slavery
by Heather McBride

you think the world has changed
slavery still exists today
even harriet tubman would be phased
racism gives you blurred vision
dividing lines, indecision
we want justice to be served
not the topic to be swerved
censoring the truth
to protect greater "good"
meanwhile people are being killed in the hood

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Hey, Little Brother
by Author Reinvented

Hey little brother,
What happened here?
When you were younger,
You used to be so dear.

You'd play with your trucks, then you'd brush my barbies' hair.
Now you walk with a strut, say all women are sluts, and speak with a sneer.

Hey little brother, what happened here?
When we were younger, you used to be so dear.

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Stop Racism And Spread More Humanity (Poem) By Christen Kuikoua
by Christen Kuikoua

When Will We Wake Up?
I am So tire, Tire Of Racism
Tire of me hiding in the shadows
As if i was a Dog or a cat
because of how My skin,
my voice Look or sound Like
It not like i decided to be black
or when to a competition to have black skin,
or what ever skin, that is not point,
So i ask Again When Will man Wake up?

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The AMERICAN Asian Woman (feedback please)
by Monica Ellis

Eternally the Yellow Peril

I see what you think of me, do you?

Isn’t it enough
...that I love this country?
...that I was born and raised here?
...that I am a citizen?
...that I don’t speak my mother tongue with fluency?
...that I follow your culture more than mine?

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The Blacklisted
by Seyi Ojenike

The room has been struck by silence,
Yet we cannot hear each other speak.

Scanty as it may seem
Our eyes cannot see our fellow men,
Outcastes by the shades of colours.

Overwhelmed by the drum beats of war.
For every one man is a niche,
Outside of which lies his enemy.

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The Last King of Africa
by Jonathan Tafreg

Welcome to the church,
Hear the voice
That of the preacher.
'Blessed is the one
Who reads the words
Of this prophesy,
And blessed are those
Who hear it
And take to heart
What is written in it,

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Slavery
by Heather McBride

you think the world has changed
slavery still exists today
even harriet tubman would be phased
racism gives you blurred vision
dividing lines, indecision
we want justice to be served
not the topic to be swerved
censoring the truth
to protect greater "good"
meanwhile people are being killed in the hood

......

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