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For years we have faced pain, suffering, torment, and death We have had to fight through the worst of conditions We have had to fight through bullying from all ends because we are darker than most
Richard Lee, Robert E Lee’s brother The man who raped his slave His slave, my great great great great grandmother My blood is the blood of the oppressor but also the survivor
Freedom  A black man's word, tied to a phrase that is racially slurred. Stolen by those who call him nigger, who stand over him with their hand on the trigger.
Its so fucking dissappointing how every damn time  I wish that I was dead, I manage to suvive Do you know I feel?  I seriously doubt you do Can't move ahead in life because im stuck here with you
Sit your mental essence down and ponder for a second; what is slavery? A servitude, emphasizing the idea of complete ownership and control by a master. That kind of sounds like Christianity, just to exploit my bravery.
Dear Slavery,   You are the uninvited guest that never leaves. The one who bereaves the owners of their freedoms. Put your feet on the table like you own this place,
Oh, your undesirable acumen If irony was a country  You tell our children that it will be okay  When they are seventeen you break the news Not the awfulness of you The tragedy of being the best in the world  You are so naive You are so ungreat    
America, the beautiful. You have burned your amber waves, Belonging to young girls who were told they would never be beautiful. You have locked them up in caves.
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