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No disrespect to E.L. James, but it really gives me the raging... » Read
By Carole Lanham
Mississippi 1920: Nine year old servant, Hadley Crump, finds himself drawn into a secret world when he is invited to join wealthy Lucinda Browningâ€™s dirty book club. No one suspects that the bi-racial son of the cook is anything more to Lucinda than a charitable obligation, but behind...
A very basic poem, one of the quickest I ever wrote. Please let me know what you guys think!
My story is set in South America and tells the story of the imprisonment of an esteemed Native American political prisoner. The story is told through the various viewpoints of his jailors and interrogators.
This story was inspired by the tragedy of the death in prison of South African...
By The Genocide Scrolls
An impartial list of murdered white South Africans.
A short poem on the everyday massacre in Gaza Strip Palestine
Racism still makes its presence felt in the First World Countries.
Article | Updated Oct 15, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 3
Nick is a 10 year old boy in a small rural town experiencing one of the scariest things in the world... racism.
Novel | Updated Oct 5, 2013 | Reads: 26 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 3
BEING BRITISH IS A STATE OF MIND.
An Indian girl is adopted into the family of a white settler who killed her parents, and they must come to terms with what happened.
The Worldwide firestorm
By Iranwo Ewejobi
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americanah (2013) is a novel merging three continents and countries: Africa,America and Europe. The novel is a story of love between Ifemelu and Obinze, who both cross the huddles that time, distance, race, religion and education placed before them. Adichie satirizes...
A poem I wrote about how I hate discrimination in the world. If you object to my opinion, do not comment anything rude.
Poetry | Updated Aug 5, 2013 | Reads: 44 | Comments: 9 | Likes: 13
I wish to travel to the festival of colors in India, I'd imagine this is what it feels like to be there
My husband and I were outraged at what happened in the Trayvon Martin case and saw obvious signs of racism I felt were missed by people that did not read the court transcripts or copies of the 911 call. The fact Zimmerman was not arrested such was heartbreaking enough however to see him...