Complexion Based Discriminations

Complexion Based Discriminations

An excerpt from my poem “I am Different” published in the book:


I have a scar on my face

But I am an equal race

I am different from you

But I am not inferior to you


About the book:

This book states the unbearable traumas faced by dark-skinned people such as Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther, Jimmy Carter, Barack Obama, Mahatma Gandhi, Bhimrao Ambedkar, and the Dalai Lama. The book is a harsh whip against the orthodox dogmas that make the lives of dark or black skinned people hell and is a healing balm to restore their stamina in the fight against people who deprive them of their rights. It is an effort to strike at the root of superstitions and prejudice. Worth is to be based on one’s quality, talent, and hard work, not on skin colour.


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