Article Title



Racism, Stigma, Culture

Document Type

Main Theme / Tema Central


A poem made in response to an artist's body of violent troubling work which depicts black persons committing the majority of the violence. It is also about the worldview that blackness is inherently violent stemming from colonial and racist constructs. Those with darker skin colors are always met with a lot of discrimination but when they try to get away from the stereotypes or any form of structural violence they are met with more opposition when all they want is to be human.



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