Racism Cycle


I feel like most times we are quick to put labels on a certain color of people. By doing that we create even more of a problem in the long run. Because these words travel from mouth-to-mouth, household to household, making a larger issue.
I feel like not knowingly we keep the discrimination cycle going by always creating labels based off of looks and not actions. It’s like we latch on to a certain feature on the body of whoever we felt like did wrong in this world and set that standard for anyone who has that certain feature.
Examples including race, gender and sometimes even fashion. Basically, I think we should stop looking to put labels on people because of how they look. My features should not reflect someone else’s faith.

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K. Exum is an up and coming author & poet. He looks to make his longtime childhood dream job his reality. By creating this blog, he seems to show his skills for writing. His hunger for success and dedication to turn his ordinary life into his dreams has brought him to this point. K is currently working on his 5th spoken word project, "Poetic Gift." Reach out by this email to connect! founderofhitm@gmail.com

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