police brutality

Home Sweet Home, Right?

By KW I thought after Medgar Evers, there’d be no more fear In her home she knew she was safe! I thought after Emmett Till, we shook up the world In her home she knew she was safe! I thought after Fannie Lou Hamer, we were done being sick and tired In her home she…

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The Whole Truth

By MJR A great man ain’t always the interpreter of great things For he is imperfect in the eyes of those selfishly unwilling to make change Yet life offers up all the free-will and right to pave the way To those who follow our footsteps ambitiously and humbly at a patient pace The foundation of my struggles is what made me critically elevate my hustle To bag up a success plan and…

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My Struggle

By AF They lock us in these cages And throw away the key Say it ain’t no hope for me I was only sixteen When they gave me eighteen Man if they really really knew All of the s*** we go through Maybe they’ll provide a better way And lil bruh still be here today…

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Obama

By HW Positively speaking, you put a face on the black American life. Instilling courage inside every black man and every black woman, worldwide. A battered culture, we had been oppressed without a voice for so long. We were taught not to believe in ourselves. “OBAMA” You took a chance at your dreams, when a…

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Police Terrorism

By JM Installing fear and terror in the minds and hearts Of mothers and little children Fearing one day they’ll get the call That their son or father has become a murder victim It’s a shame, who knows if this will stop Being young and black in Amerikkka My thoughts are, “Will I get slain…

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