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Let's talk about racism

Let’s talk about Racism

Let’s talk about Racism

Let talk about its pain

Let’s talk about Racism

How it hurts, ruins and maims

Let’s talk about Racism

Let’s talk about tortured years

Let’s talk about Racism

How it drains and about our tears

Let’s talk about Racism

Let’s talk about the fear

Let’s talk about Racism

Sit up, listen and hear

Let’s talk about Racism

Let’s talk about the word

Let’s talk about Racism

Let’s give everyone an opportunity to be heard

Don’t minimise my experience

Don’t minimise my pain

You don’t know me

You have no right to blame

No right to make accusations

No right to label my experience a race card

Let’s talk about Racism

Let’s not disregard

Stop closing your mind to reality

Stop pretending there’s no racism about

Stand up, support

Raise your voice and speak out

Alyson Malach


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