Thursday, June 10, 2021
[Millennials’ Voices] Poem: Hashtag Concrete
By Tyreike Reid Hashtag Concrete The only thing stronger than the bullets hitting the floor Maybe if my skin was made of concrete I wouldn’t have to fight Maybe if my bones were made of concrete I wouldn’t have to run Crawl into tiny spaces where I am rejected Filling rooms that do...
Sunday, September 27, 2020
We are the Children of the Sun
by Carolyn Ramzy To Nadim, my little Egyptian-American-Canadian boy, I write this to you in the year an officer stepped on George Floyd’s neck for 8:43 minutes and murdered him. After hearing the news, you turned to me and asked: “Will an officer stand on my neck because I am brown?” At six, it...