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Poems About: RACISM

In this page, poems on / about “racism” are listed.

  • 109.
    America's Real Enemy

    They that usher a newness to be

    From thoughts picked like California grapes & strawberries read more »

    Tim caffery
  • 110.
    This poem

    This poem shall call
    Name like J F Kennedy,
    Lumumbar, Nkruma, Sobukwe
    Sankara, Padmore read more »

    Hebert Nkal
  • 111.
    Roof Icicles Tanka

    The 9th tanka in the sequence, Politics/Poetics of Re-Homing

    roof icicles
    hold the first morning sun read more »

    Chenou Liu
  • 112.
    Home Goes the Troublemaker [For Nelson Mandela|

    Home goes the Troublemaker*
    A nationalist of valour and vim
    Virulent stumbling stone for racism
    Africa, let tears fall for Him! read more »

    Joseph Oladehinde Ibikunle
  • 113.
    Heaven Or Hell

    A world on web, Facebook
    written on computers not books
    No existing citizens
    But billions denizens read more »

    Kweku Atta Crayon
  • 114.
    Academic Culture

    It is our tool
    to repair and reform,
    to open doors for opportunities.
    It is compulsory and vital read more »

    Sithandiwe Soweto Salela
  • 115.
    If we were born blind

    If we were born blind
    We couldn’t have differentiated mankind
    We couldn’t have seen the differences
    Marked as races read more »

    julius lenjatin
  • 116.

    World is a bunch of denied,
    Frontiers trimmed, leaders thrilled,
    Honest hacked, corrupt decked,
    Killers hailed, warriors jailed, read more »

    Dr. Yogesh Sharma
  • 117.

    Race is a lie,
    Racism a sin
    The only difference between them.
    Is what lies deep within. read more »

    Michael Cassidy
  • 118.
    No philosophy

    Racism is the manifestation of those who have no personal foundation
    Human is what we are, have been and will always be

    The past and future are not occurring at this time read more »

    Jeff Rushton
  • 119.
    Garden of Change

    Difference’s read more »

    T.James Becker
  • 120.

    The sky isn’t blue as it use to be
    At least that’s how it seems to me
    Racism still occurs even after centuries
    But through it all the world’s beautiful read more »

    Kweena Wilson
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