Racism stories, books, poems, and more

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Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Writer's Nook House

Philosophical thoughts set to page on what I tend to believe causes most all of the world's troubles and solves not a one of them at all. But one day, it will no longer matter as too little too late ... Read More
Everyone originated culturally from somewhere, and that origin is what makes us who we are — diversity of sprinklings of seasoning on good food, different colors of paint on cars, different sizes, styles, and colors of shoes, etc. — as human beings. Complexion is but diversity of epidermal pigment and… Read More
These are lyrics to my original song entitled "Somewhere Faster". Read More

Poem / Other

August 14, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

I was debating whether or not to publish this poem which I was inspired to write when I heard a mouse or something scratching in the wall of a bathroom. Bullying, racism and discrimination are unfortunately a large part of our society in this day in age it seems. We… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

About pulling together as a people, one race...understanding our differences with acceptance and working together for our future on earth. Read More

Tags: love, spirit, racism, human

It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light. Aristotle Read More

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The Feminist Circle House

This is a rant, not an article that details all the problems we face and their reasons. I don't have enough knowledge to write the latter, but this has covered nearly everything on my mind. Please note that in the 6th paragraph where I mention problems in the West, I… Read More

Essay / Non-Fiction

June 12, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

the truth of slavery through out history and the world. Read More
The murder of George Floyd and the protests following raises some questions. Read More

Tags: racism, protest

Poem / Memoir

June 10, 2020

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Comments: 7

The Booksie Classic House

A voice for George Floyd, for humanity. I hope this is never too much or too boring to talk. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

June 07, 2020

Your hate will send you away, when you reach those pearly gates... Read More

Tags: hate, racism, sickness

Not many people can honestly admit thier view about racism, even they appear to be friendly or supportive to others. I think confront it can lead the door more open for handling. We are all human beings after all. ALL Lives Matter. Read More

Tags: racism, politcs

an unpopular opinion I have in times of crisis Read More
All based on true events. The best way to convey the events that occurred. Perspective is everything. Just because you don't think its happening doesn't mean it's not happening. Take steps forwards not back. -Lady Hollow, -Ramahi, Sarah. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

April 12, 2020

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Kimya wonders what the world would be like without racism. Read More
Entered and won 3rd place in the Richmond, VA Peace Education Center's 2019 Essay Contest, Remembering 1619 and Restoring Justice Read More
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Short Story / Thrillers

March 18, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

The looked like a typical family, but they were hiding a little dirty secret. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

March 08, 2020

In Kimya's poem, "What If?" he reminisces about how his life may have been different if we lived in a world without racism. Read More
Criminal behavior, mental illness, social division, and equal rights develop from social forces that should strengthen people but don’t. Hierarchies that control the economic system is basically responsible for the crime, family division, and mental disorders. They are large on material and psychic suffering. Read More
Author Julius Kimya Humphrey, Sr., recently sent me information to insert into Chapter One, “The Offspring of Revolutionists,” in his book I’m editing titled, “The Evolution of Neocolonialism from Plantations to Prisons: The Ramifications of the Ball and Chain.” However, I found this excerpt to be so profound I would… Read More

Book / Other

February 07, 2020

Sometimes, as we journey through life, we unexpectedly meet someone we feel has no place in our life – that the person is not someone we would ordinarily choose to know or spend time with. At one time or another, we have all met an individual like that and later… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 13, 2020

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

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

Tags: racism, bad, stop

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Comments: 2

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

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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
Booksie 2020 Poetry Contest

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