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Yet those doubting clear violence Have they no moral empathyTo suggest atrocities are justified? Do they see any errorsIn the analytical obvious judgment?Hatred never possesses an alibi
This poem is dedicated to the memory of George Floyd October 14, 1973 - May 25, 2020   Urban Saint Slay the dragon of racism,
I am a Black American, who see's injustice all around me while breathing this ironic air called freedom I am a Black Man, who's afraid to run down the street without looking like a threat to those who do not look like me
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