We are all a little racist. It is not just a matter of black and white Or colors that do not blend in with the night It is the monster that hides away in our brains Driving our ingrained judgement insane. We are all a little racist. There is no predator there is no prey […]
The Be Pretty, Not Petty event included a chance to teen girls in Atlanta to share their reflections and voices. “The way I see beauty is not from what clothes you wear or how your hair looks, but what is on the inside,” wrote one teen.
“Men’s Weakness” is an original poem created through Atlanta Word Works. Written by Joshua Stewart and Cole Jones-Ford. This poem focuses on violence against women and sheds light on the social construction of masculinity.