Tag: prejudice

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Lady in the headscarf (Short Story)

  February 8th This was the first time he saw one like her. A lady with a scarf over her head, covered like an emblematic dress, all too similar to newspaper front pages. Another alien trying to cover her tracks waddling down his street. An oppressor opposed to freedom. Deviant. Why was she here? What…
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My Nority (Spoken Word Video)

A spoken word poem about minorities and their being discriminated against, encouraging a message of the live and let live mentality. Whether it is discrimination against the colour of skin through racism, an ideology, an individuals beliefs or culture, discrimination and prejudice seem prevalent wherever there is a minority. Often being part of the majority…
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We've been conned. (Poem)

“God gives air to men, the law sells it to them”(From Les Miserables) Duped, manipulated, stipulated and tricked, Lotteries made through mockeries; mimics and gimmicks, The confidence of a cons science is to numb the conscience, Descendents of cons… condescending the congruence, Contemplate their wrong templates, that of anguish and manic, Flick on conflicts, fuse…
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