Category: racism & equality

COMMUNITY CONTROL, by Sean Brown

In many inner cities across America, African-American youth are killing each other over neighborhoods which don’t even belong to Us. We may want to claim all these territories, but the reality is that they belong to corporations & to the government. At any given time, the government can […]

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I Can Barely Breathe, by WILLIAM CARTER

The air is suffocating with the intoxicating culture of racial inequality. More than 400 years after black people were deemed full people with rights, being black still equates to living a life full of tension, anxiety, and uncertainty. I remain incarcerated 11 years after committing a crime attempting […]

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PEACE? by OTIS MADISON

Donald Trump said, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts”; yet, still calling for peace! Mr. Trump, before you continue to try to perpetuate this pseudo calling of peace, why don’t you take the time to educate yourself? Better yet, allow me. I love being the one to […]

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BLM, What does that mean? by Sean Brown

There are people making the argument that “All Lives Matter” & so Black Lives Matter is trying to make Black lives stand above all else. Though I understand their point of view, I must respectfully disagree with their grasp of the situation. It’s impossible to honestly state that […]

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by RONALD JOHNSON

-connections. Look this system is not broken it is working how the racist wants it to , they ignore the own laws/statutes and put a negro in place time to time to say look its one of you blacks in position,and send it a european woman to make […]

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by TRAVIS TUCKER

I cannot love you if I don’t love myself/ even kanye said they made us love they wealth/rule 1 place nothing above myself/I would rather have loyalty then chase a check/ keshawna…. listen i share you a piece of my pain/ being black we posse infinite flames/ while […]

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I Wasn’t Invited, by Major C McCormick

Here’s the perfect picture. They weren’t invited to America, most people who are considered “African Americans” were enslaved, kidnapped, held captive, sold to America, there was never an invitation. Look at America today. The so called African Americans are still being sold, kidnapped, enslaved, held captive. In every […]

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True To Myself, by Travis Tucker

Dear,kahlani You are the future!!!Inside your blood exist a history of all world’s… My sense of pride and self worth sometimes have caused me thing’s and people that’s dear to my heart and soul,and some of these things and people I may never get back.But it has also […]

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