In standing against injustice, we must use language carefully and fairly, lest we find ourselves speaking and acting unjustly. … Read More Protest Shakes the Poetry Foundation
By Rumple Oxbridge, liberal lyricist It’s sad to see, the president said, knocking down our metal-molded racist generals green with age. Once such men were all the rage, killing to keep owning slaves. You gotta admit, they looked brave on their green horses, on pedestals, so “beautiful” were those generals as all the monuments… Read More Rumple Oxbridge: “Ode About Not Missing Statues of Racist Generals”
[A few lines for these times from Langston Hughes.] Besides, They’ll see how beautiful I am And be ashamed— I, too, am America. (Read the rest of the poem at the link below.) I, Too by Langston Hughes : The Poetry Foundation.