Monroe Dispatch - No Struggle, No Progress

'COLORS'

 


The father of Black History, Mr. Carter G. Woodson, said, " When you control a man's thinking you don't have to worry about his actions". Colors have been used to manipulate our thoughts and behaviors since we were first introduced to them. In this poem, I am attempting to shed some light on this issue and hopefully dispel some of the myths associated with colors thereby freeing our minds for more constructive thoughts about ourselves. As Dr. king once said, "Somebody told a lie one day about black being ugly, sinister and bad.. But, I want to get the language right today. Yes, I am black a...



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