Racism stories, books, poems, and more

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They say gentility is the heart of the American south, but that's not the case in this tawdry tale. To the general public the Lexington's are the epitome of the South Carolina elite. But behind mansion walls and tea sipping conversations there are secrets that could potentially destroy their… Read More
taken from my book, "Flavortism" Read More
A paper highlighting Woodrow Wilson's failures regarding race relations in the United States Read More
Why I will no longer be answering the question, "what race are you?". Read More
Exactly what the title says. Designed to be delivered at any American college campus. Could be considered semi-controversial. Read More

Reads: 241

Comments: 2

Shelves: 2

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
A night of drinking ends in violence, anger and reflections on generational failure. Read More
taken from my book, "Does It Bother You Much?" Read More

Short Story / Non-Fiction

February 13, 2018

Reads: 42

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

The protagonist writes at the end of his life, trying to find the turning point when he started changing into something not even he could have thought of. Read More

Tags: hope, writer, racism, 89s

Poem / Poetry

February 08, 2018

Reads: 69

Shelves: 2

The Booksie Classic House

Originally posted on my Facebook on January 15, 2017, this poem summarizes my thoughts on the use of the 'n' word. Read More
This is a true reflection on my racist upbringing. The first step towards wellness is admitting the problem. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 04, 2018

Reads: 62

Comments: 4

Shelves: 2

The Booksie Classic House

I am Read More

Reads: 43

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Just a nobody's opinion. Read More

Tags: racism

Food is food and people are people. Get over it. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 19, 2017

Reads: 49

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Supremacy Writing House

Poem / Poetry

September 17, 2017

Reads: 109

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Taking an exclusive peek through the mind of a sadist as he engages in dialogue with some of his detractors. Try to pick out who each character is by reading the exchange that takes place below. Enjoy. Read More

Reads: 940

Comments: 5

Shelves: 18

The Booksie Classic House

Inside each of us lies something magnificent, waiting to happen. Read More

Reads: 3132

Comments: 18

Shelves: 8

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
A poem about : hatred , racism and the darkness that wanders this beautiful planet called Earth . Read More

Tags: love, hate, racism

Reads: 73

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

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

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: 158

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

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

Reads: 140

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

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

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