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In the riveting sequel to Cauldron of Lies: Stirring The Pot, Scorching Vengeance tells how the girls fare against their current enemies and new situations. Read More

Book / Romance

August 13, 2017

Reads: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Being a man is one thing but when you add wealth to it your ego is fed. That is definitely the case in this sizzling early twentieth tawdry tale. The Vapore family is the envy of everyone in Velbrook, Kentucky. Unbeknownst to the general public this prominent upper southern family… Read More

Tags: music, drama, racism, 1930s

Reads: 1912

Comments: 18

Shelves: 6

The Science Fiction House

Penumbra is the story of the first civilization, 550 million years ago. When the world had one land mass, today we call it Rodinia, they called their home "Arderon". When the light and dark forces of life was at an extreme unbalance, and the future of the first civilization was… Read More
My thought and opinion on race in America. Read More
lies are jazzy and the truth is hard like rock n roll. in the third installment jazzy lies & rock n roll truths secrets come out and relationships are tested. reviews and constructive criticism are welcome. Read More
You know the saying that only ladies get the blues? Well that's not true in Southern Conquest: Low Country Blues. Both the Lexington's and the Cohen's are faced with a multitude of issues. Reviews and criticism are always welcome. Read More
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They say southern gentility is the heart of the American South. Unfortunately that's not the case in Southern Conquest. Behind the Spanish Moss trees, grand mansions and tea sipping conversations lie deceit, lies, sex and murder. Reviews and constructive criticism is welcome. Read More
A poem about : hatred , racism and the darkness that wanders this beautiful planet called Earth . Read More

Tags: love, hate, racism

Reads: 0

Shelves: 1

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Inspired by Barack Obama. Read More
A poem about how the world hasn't changed , how we still live in poverty and hate . Read More
A poem about how the world hasn't changed , how people still suffer and how evil still rules the world . Read More

Tags: love, hate, change, racism

"Save yourself from mental slavery" C.P Filander. She had this excellence that always went unnoticed, and yet she radiated it every day. I could see it in her eyes, the way they glow, the passion behind them. But she keeps quiet, hides the feelings I know she wants to share,… Read More
Ever since the beginning of time, racism has separated God's most beautiful creation from each other. From slavery in the southern United States during the early to mid 1800's, all the way to the recent killings of unarmed African-American men by Caucasian law enforcement officials, "Badge Judgement dives into some… Read More
Propelled by a pronounced extinction anxiety, white America’s dread has led directly to a heightening of racism, and with it, the presidency of Donald Trump Read More
Racial oppression is still a big deal in the U.S. today, after so many years of fighting for the rights of African Americans. How many people have to die? How many people have to suffer? How much longer is it going to take till people learn that color of skin… Read More

Tags: racism

In a world dominated by white Caucasians since the colonization of the New World by Europeans, being black was the worst skin color to have as it was the most remote color from the new dominant race. It wouldn’t be an issue if white Europeans didn’t discriminate races looking physically… Read More
This is my stand on racism and the unbelievable racism I've experienced. A short story. Read More

Reads: 78

Comments: 1

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Allison is a rich American girl, that moves to England. She meets a boy. His father does not authorise the relationship because of his skin colour. Will they stay together?who is the celebrity that is going to her art school? what is going to happen? after, how is her life… Read More

Tags: racism

I wrote this essay to inform the world about how wrong we are about other races. The color of someone's skin is just a color. It doesn't actually influence their behavior or who they are. Read More

Tags: racism

This was my reply to a person who asked why are (the n-word) so violent and join gangs during a racist rant someone had or rather a LOT of ppl had in response Jesse Williams placing a microscope on the U.S. police system in his speech a few months back… Read More

Reads: 177

Shelves: 1

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You will enter the lives of two different men, one black and the other white as they encounter the gruesome reality of being sent off to the Vietnam war. Two heart-wrenching stories that will change your perspective on war, and show you the real meaning of friendship. Read More
A poem in tribute to the 1963 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama. Read More
in a world where people are against a native american tribe a girl will show them that the native americans are equal to them and are innocent human beings and shove down the racism and prejudice about them! but along the way of talking and meeting the tribe will she… Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 04, 2016

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Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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Highlighting points in my life where I realized life is hard for a black person. Read More

Tags: racism, america

Short Story / Non-Fiction

March 06, 2016

Reads: 157

Shelves: 2

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A short story assessing how people's moralities aren't particularly moral sometimes. Read More

Short Story / Other

March 06, 2016

Reads: 63

Shelves: 1

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A short story of what you may find in some parts of a racist, homophobic, sexist world. Read More

Reads: 175

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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I saw something today, but I sat motionless. A million things were running through my head and it angers me. It angers me because I didn't do anything and I just watched it happen. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 27, 2016

Reads: 161

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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I wrote this poem for my English Class about MY America. This poem includes hurtful stereotypes, but it's not what I think, it's kind of the general stereotypes that follow every race. Read More
I quick look into what really divides us. Read More

Tags: racism

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