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Uncharted Territory

I am in a spot. It’s not a good spot, it’s not a bad spot. It’s a spot. I have so many things swirling in my head; it’s the main reason I haven’t written in more than a week. 828 more words

The Daily Sampler

Los Afroamericanos

Los Afroamericanos

Por Matthew Burke y Jeremy Lai

Zona geografica

Los Afroamericanos son alrededor de toda América pero la mayor área que viven en el sur de los Estados Unidos.   1,378 more words

African Americans

Poetry-Thing Thursday: Trial by Fire

Trial by fire.
A fistful of ire.
Head in a mire.
A funeral pyre.
Entreating desire,
formed of a liar.

Feast on confusion,
for ignorance fusion, 144 more words

Somebody's Someone

She is a metaphor to her husband

A cautionary tale to her children

Invisible to herself

She is a wandering ghost

to the house she is locked in… 835 more words

On an artist and his prey

I have just finished a questionnaire concerning general approach to graphic arts. And it felt terrible. And poorly done. But mostly it felt terribly horribly wrong. 403 more words

A Better Person

Kanye West's 'Trump Meltdown' a Result of Radical Leftist Fascism and Oppression

I’ve never been a Kanye West fan, and typically find myself repulsed by his statements and behavior, but I have a new found respect for him after his “meltdown” about Trump, the election, Facebook, Google, Jay Z, Beyonce, etc., and I am always willing to give people a chance to change. 714 more words

The Blackboard Black Hand Revolution

Every year, exhausted by the stress of finals and whipped into a manic frenzy by the surplus of endorphins surging through my body, I write a satirical college finals piece. 1,103 more words