Racism stories, books, poems, and more

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Poem / Poetry

January 13, 2020

Reads: 31

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

This is a little about racism and how it needs to stop. Read More

Tags: racism, bad, stop

Reads: 56

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Younger we are taught in school that America is for everyone. Land of the Free. Christopher Columbus, etc...then as you get older you realize not everything is true. Read More

Tags: racism

Poem / Non-Fiction

October 26, 2019

Reads: 93

Comments: 7

Shelves: 5

The Booksie Classic House

My country has been witnessing protests against our corrupt government for the last ten days. In light of those recent events, I found it appalling how western media twists the reality of what's happening and clipbaits its audience to believe a false image instead. Most articles and videos I've come… Read More
Truth behind "reparations" and the Civil War Read More
This is a joint publication of Berkeley and Floricanto Presses. ”Migrant Earth” very eloquently documents the travels and travails of a family of Mexican migrant workers as they wander the Western United States in the nineteen forties and fifties. These are poignant tales that paint the life and death struggle… Read More
Observing a mysterious white culture while living on the ragged edge of poverty in an unaccepted Mexican subculture of America was acutely troubling to a child simply looking for safety, acceptance and a place to belong. These poems are of the brutal struggles of hard work in dangerous times. These… Read More

Reads: 209

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A poem about the struggles of a homosexual in modern South Africa. It tackles topics such as Racism, Homosexuality, Confusion, Interracial Marriage and Social Appearance. Read More
I don't care if this essay convinces people who think otherwise or not, I just felt like it needed to be said. *This article by Pride covers the subject well enough: https://www.pride.com/movies/2019/7/08/little-mermaid-was-originally-metaphor-unrequited-gay-love Read More
Gettin' really tired of the television altogether...I SWEAR YOU CAN'T ESCAPE PC BS UNLESS YOU WATCH NATURE DOCUMENTARIES!! My article about our proclaimed 'victims'... Read More

Short Story / Humor

February 19, 2019

Reads: 147

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A scientist asks the most powerful man in the world to finance the white man's last trump card. Read More
This time we talk about the racism in different ethnicities. Read More
I spent my entire life in denial that racism even existed. As a graduate student in a doctorate psychology program, I am just now opening myself up to this whole world and with it has come a lot of pain, fear, and anxiety. In this essay, I speak about the… Read More

Reads: 1501

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Elemental fantasy House

Joanna and Igua are roommates. Igua is a switcher and Joanna is just a scaredy cat. But their world has been invaded by people, called elementals, of another world or has it? Not sure where this will go. This is an idea that is not too old… Read More

Reads: 224

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

This essay talks about a tricky topic, and I feel like a lot of people can relate Read More
This is a story of a ‘convenient’ action made during the period of slavery... Read More

Tags: racism, black, race

Reads: 242

Comments: 2

The Vintage Publishing House

No one can ever know Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 27, 2018

Our world is based on words and societal scales but it only takes one person to start a revolution. Read More

Tags: racism, culture, race

Not Human. Collaborated with [Melanin Dove Antonio] Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 09, 2018

Reads: 154

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Review Chain House

…I want to help myself, be an independent man. I don’t want no one to give, me a helping hand. Whether you are black, whether you are white, I don’t give a damn, I just want to be alright… It’s 2018, and it feels like the world is going… Read More

Reads: 939

Comments: 5

Shelves: 3

The Booksie Classic House

Lenora Lopez, fearless adolescent and first-generation Mexican immigrant, faces a disaster so enormous she may lose all she loves. Read More

Featured Review by Sue Harris

"This is yet another gripping story, Joy, that tackles teenage angst based on different cultures, attitudes and privilege. Your writing is phenom..." Read More

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