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  157.     

I Wish...

I wish…
Some people were not as mean
War did not exist
People spread love more and hate less
Racism did not exist
People were not homophobic
Countries were not as divided
We didn’t stereotype or judge people as much
There were more pigeons in the world
 
Richard Marsden

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  158.     

Ballad Of The People

When will people
Treat each other with respect here on earth?
Why are we so against the black people?
Because they live among white people
We want schools to be separated
But the mayor doesn't want it
By the way who is paying the mayor?
The residents of toronto
And I think that the mayor always forgets that
I believe that if we have separated schools we can end racism
And be able to serve the white and black students better
 
Aldo Kraas

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  159.     

Seeing In Colors

People who come here to America seem to see us in colors,
instead of as people.

They separate us into black and white without realizing
it seems, that we are all only equal together.

Just because some people sit with other's of the same
color doesn't mean there's racism or hatred for all.

We come together or separate just like people of one
family, like family members we don't always sit or do
things together, so why should any one else do so?
 
RoseAnn V. Shawiak

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  160.     

Hard Times

Our world is nothing, dont you see
There's people with money, and there's people like me
My life has never been anything or made me proud to see
Everyday there's more troubles for me to carry around
There's shooting and killing and guns all around
I'm tired of waking up and hearing one of my people are down

I'm black and it's hard to get around
Some busses wont pick me up, but I dont cause problems around
Racism is something I'm tired of being around
But I'm me and I'm still going to stand my ground
No matter how much hell is coming down
 
octavia wilson

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