Source: #BackseatPoetry January 2016: Kiyya K [Part One]
This entry was posted on January 29, 2016 by serious2020. It was filed under & Literature, Adults, AFRIKAN, Black History, Black Lives Matter, Children, Commentary, Community outrage, Culture, Education, Extrajudicial killing, Human Rights, Lynching, Men, Mental Health, Poetry, Police Brutality - murder, Political, Racism, Serious2020, Spiritual, War against Afrikans, Women and was tagged with #BackseatPoetry, African/Black experience, Afrikan, Black Lives Matter, Dr Martin Luther King Jr, freedom, Kiyya K, police brutality, Political Prisoners, protest, racism, revolutionary, War on Afrikans, Who taught you to forgive.
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