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Random First Lines:Travel is the best thing in the world from my side.
I'm the very much happiest person in the world when i'm travelling. Its a kind of love. And i... » Read
By Andrew David
an African American teenage boy is taunted by his peers because of his skin color. I wrote this poem from the heart, and I worked really hard on it. I am against racism. It absolutely needs to stop.
Poetry | Updated Oct 2, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Midnight Black Cat
What makes you wonder most? in most cases people simply wonder how others are doing but others take it as far as wondering how the human race is going to last and what will be our main downfall
SUMMARY: Neo-Nazis have a slogan: It's called the "14 words". The fourteen words are "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White Children." or some variation thereof. I am not, nor will I ever be, a national socialist, because I disagree with them on economic grounds, have...
By Jess M Jennings
TO ALL THE RACES OF THE WORLD UNITED!
Poetry | Updated Jun 26, 2014 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Lady Deva
A poem about the ancient Goddess Yidhra.
This poem was written by Maya Angelou and is one of my favorite poems because it is about a strength of someone who faced racism and segregation and still kept their heads high.
A dissertation on the forces which guide human races and civilizations.
I briefly discuss how we are destroying our planet and ultimately ourselves by various means.
By Anon Amous
This is a terminology guide to my novels - Jago: The Millennium Galaxy Race and The Past. It will be updated as the story progresses.
The year is 2376 on planet Arlantia. Cole Malik is like any other teenager. He and his mother moved to a town far away from the majority of technology when he was little because his mother wanted him to grow up in the same era she did. Or at least a replica of it. The country they live in, known...
By Colin David
Opinion article about the disparity in American public education.
By Colin David
Social commentary about the economic disparities that exist between black and white Americans.
Article | Updated Mar 11, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Angelica Roberts
Light-Skinned, Brown-Skinned and Dark-Skinned. Follow along as three educated black women take us on their personal journey's to attaining love, acceptance and self-fulfillment.
By Benjamin Morgan
a story that arose from two separate classes i was taking, namely a survey course on buddhism and a seminar on toni morrison. i got to thinking, what if a monk, living sometime in the early 19th century, renounced his title and decided to go to america to truly find meaning. well, it became this.
By Thomas Chambers
How the human race began with the birth of fire.