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Is That Right?

Is that right? That I didn’t know my civil rights. That I didn’t know I could fight Is that right? That I have to choose fight or flight? I can’t fight for what’s right? Is that right? By: Charles Barjon

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Lynched by America 

Got me hanging on a tree and it’s not even three yet…. They wonder why we yell “Black Lives Matter” when they’re over there making  all that chatter about how blue lives and all lives matter but how could all lives matter when black lives don’t even exist. Look no harm no foul, I’m nothing but a peace solider in […]

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Corrupt O2

That American dream that I tried to see when I breathe the corrupt O2 that made me believe in what I can do. This world I live in corrupted by anger and lust but I must keep pushing with the power of God that resides in me. Stopped and dropped down the social ladder trying to climb up only to […]

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Open your mind

In today’s world knowledge and intellectual thought can lead you to great things. But first you have to forget what you know. Ever since you began your learning career, you’ve been programmed to know what the system wants you to know. You’ve been taught that there is Black and White but not grey. As a Christian I have to look […]