Black Lives Matter

Three poems by Kai Wells, 12

Kai Wells, 12 (Maryland) Black God created us hoping we would be equal Not knowing that some would be treated differently Killed Murdered Shot Black You turn on the news and someone was killed… AGAIN Police offering us to God as if we are chocolate Our voices shut down before they can be heard Say […]

Change, a poem by Kaya, 10

Black lives matter, so do white’s but what’s going on, is not right. We stand for freedom. We stand for equal rights, but racial unfairness have taken many lives. We need change and we need it now. Of course, that’s what people have been saying for years now. This is a movement, let’s have a […]

Spread Love Not Hate

“Injustice for one is injustice for all.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dear Diary, Today I went to a protest march. I went to support people who are against racism and especially to support Black people as they are treated unfairly. I went to show Black people that I am with them and will […]