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A journey through politics in the 21st century, our National debt, future of mankind and more. Read More
An essay about my personal experiences with racism. The use of African American as a designator of race and not point of origin. The fact that we are essentially all Africans, having all originated from Africa. How we should abandon African American as a designation of the race for… Read More
This is a short story or essay I wrote about the ever-present racism that is still spread like cancer throughout the United States. I have started a movement to end one tendril of this cancer by referring to African Americans as Blacks, simply because they are just as American… Read More

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Rich poor illiterate, Scholar all are same in the grave Read More

Tags: death, race

I want to mention that my race is called "white" in the United States and that I have no ethnicities that may be American, such as American "black" (I am not sure if the word is popular or not, still) or Indian or Native American. My father told me my… Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 13, 2015

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Never be depressed if u fail in anything. Just do hard-work and i am sure this time you will succeed. This poem is based on this situation. Read More
A man recounts the time that on his way to The Creole Festival in Dominica he came across a diary written by a slave that changed his view on certain things. Read More
Girl finds out growing up is hard Read More
I doing Pancake Race At St Mary's School for Half-Angel and Princess and Faries,witches,whitleland, and merimaid. Read More

Tags: race, pancake

This tells you why people shouldn't be angry and why they should just be happy for what they have. Read More
Satis Shroff is a poet living in Freiburg, German and he writes this time about the trauma of Charlie Hebdo as well as the terrorist attacks in Paris and feels the pulse of the country he has been living in over thirty years. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 19, 2014

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Comments: 1

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I was thinking about the Civil War and how the Emancipation Proclamation rhymed when I wrote this poem. Read More
We head to destruction of ourselves someday unless we change?? Read More
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 Read More

Book / Science Fiction

September 20, 2014

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Comments: 113

Shelves: 1

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When sixteen close high school students decide to go party for the night, things take a turn and they end up facing their deaths, one by one. Five brothers. Two teams. Two guns. One's life or the other's. Read More
A poem about the ancient Goddess Yidhra. Read More

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Short coming-of-age story about The Kid who learns to define himself as a person as well as making the decisions that will change his life. The kid rides through his kingdom, the suburbs while at home he is restless and left wanting more. One day he decides to ride away… Read More
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. Read More
This is a terminology guide to my series - Jago: The Millennium Galaxy Race, Jago: The Past and Jago: The Future. It will be updated as the story progresses. Read More
Social commentary about the economic disparities that exist between black and white Americans. Read More
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. Read More
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, became disillusioned with his religious tradition, renounced his monkhood and decided to… Read More
How the human race began with the birth of fire. Read More

Book / Horror

January 10, 2014

Lisa Holden lives in Seattle, she loves to travel, dance, watch old films and she's a vampire. Don't worry, she won't bite. When Lisa was newly turned at the age of twenty-two in 1890, she was trained to protect the human race by her maker. So when dead girls start… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 14, 2013

Reads: 189

Comments: 2

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Well, it certainly was. Read More
Girls school and boys school. Nadia Russo is sick and tired of Addams; her mortal enemy. When he offers a deal she can't back down from, does she accept? How will it end? After all, he's always been out to get her Read More
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