(Mlk) King had a dream but I feel as if he missed a couple of things Equality was the vision but they missed the recognition of the sacrifice required to integrate See for every action there’s a reciprocate Meaning that we were dying to be one but meanwhile we put our culture to the gun Once we combined our children were subscribed to scrutiny that aimed to divide our identity to their ideal of what appeals to the man the one with the upper hand in a sense we became actors in a film directed by him We gave up our separation and our own isolation where we grew and our culture was nutrient food in exchange to play in a world that they only knew but to play means we had to abide by their rules though no longer labeled as second class citizens we were still fools So though you see desegregation as a major change I see us playing in their world just wearing invisible chains where we are merely tamed and expressing our culture is called Afro centric or insane I think Martin was right moving for change but I don’t think he realized the sacrifices it would take we gave up identity and all they sacrificed is space (Food for thought)
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King had a dream but I feel as if  he missed a couple of things 

Equality was the vision but they missed the recognition of the sacrifice required to integrate 
See for every action there’s a reciprocate  

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(Mlk) King had a dream but I feel as if he missed a couple of things Equality was the vision but they missed the recognition of the sacrifice required to integrate See for every action there’s a reciprocate Meaning that we were dying to be one but meanwhile we put our culture to the gun Once we combined our children were subscribed to scrutiny that aimed to divide our identity to their ideal of what appeals to the man the one with the upper hand in a sense we became actors in a film directed by him We gave up our separation and our own isolation where we grew and our culture was nutrient food in exchange to play in a world that they only knew but to play means we had to abide by their rules though no longer labeled as second class citizens we were still fools So though you see desegregation as a major change I see us playing in their world just wearing invisible chains where we are merely tamed and expressing our culture is called Afro centric or insane I think Martin was right moving for change but I don’t think he realized the sacrifices it would take we gave up identity and all they sacrificed is space (Food for thought)

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