Tags : Discrimination

The InVestment of We the People

The InVestment of We the People

A Story by Easter3


An Investment for One is an Investment for All.
American Terrorists

American Terrorists

A Story by Demosthenes


This is a short story I wrote for my English 1 Honors Class. The assignment was to bring to light a social injustice, and I hope that this does just t..
ALL KINDS OF AGONY

ALL KINDS OF AGONY

A Poem by Linda Adkins Chandanais


This is about how time will bring change to todays bigotry as it has in the past with women's write to vote, marrying outside your religion, minorit..
Death No Discrimination

Death No Discrimination

A Poem by kelvin


death doesn't discriminate
Multideceptionalism

Multideceptionalism

A Poem by Naomi Bloom


A poem about discrimination in Canada inspired by a university course on Canadian fiction that I took one summer.
Poem 12.   Who Are You?

Poem 12. Who Are You?

A Chapter by Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)


For the bullies around us...
Book Review: The Help

Book Review: The Help

A Story by Naomi Bloom


Book review of The Help by Kathryn Stockett.
Lessons Learned On the Way Up and Down the Old Magnolia Tree

Lessons Learned On the Way Up and Down the Old Mag..

A Story by Easter3


A Lessoned learned about the importance of Place and Time, and Time and Place within the boughs of an Magnolia Tree.
But,Oh, Life Is Precious...

But,Oh, Life Is Precious...

A Poem by Easter3


Just how Precious Is Life, really ?
Whoever comes next

Whoever comes next

A Poem by Ahgggggg


I wrote this after witnessing a joint BNP (British National Party) and EDL (English Defence League) rally which targeted people of different races and..
ENOUGH

ENOUGH

A Poem by Chong N. Kim


World hate needs to stop.
rebel child

rebel child

A Poem by isiah_holmes


A little poem i threw together one night before i fell asleep, from the stand point of a conformist who looks at a rebel and discribes what they see.
Revolution

Revolution

A Poem by Aj Brisson


A poem about LGBT discrimination and the fight for equal rights.
I thought red, white, and blue were colors of freedom.

I thought red, white, and blue were colors of free..

A Story by Guadalupe T.


Duncan's childhood has been chasing him forever.
The Right to Tears

The Right to Tears

A Poem by BrokenButterfly


Please see note to reviewers. And do not put words in my mouth. I mean no more than what I say. This is about my experiences not the problem as a whol..
My Smile

My Smile

A Story by Agape Montero


Discrimination isn't a kind subject, no matter how hard you try to sugarcoat it.
I'm A Better Man Than You

I'm A Better Man Than You

A Poem by VertoAtrum


This is dedicated to all of the cis men who bash, insult, demean, and threaten FtMs (female-to-male) Transgender folk, such as myself. We are sometime..