Social Justice Exhibit
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TWIMC (To Whom it May Concern)
By: Isaiah E. Mckay
Isaiah uses his voice to lead change.
In this poem, Isaiah talks about the impact and relevancy of oppression and systematic racism.
Be the Change
If you’re speaking to your Black colleagues, friends, family and spouses, listen to what they’re saying rather than invalidating their experience based on your own.
Take the time to unlearn comfortable thought patterns about racism and relearn the history of racism as a social construct.
It’s important to speak out against racism with your family, friends, bystanders, and coworkers. Have the uncomfortable conversations even when no one is watching.
The New Jim Crow
Stamped from the Beginning