Short Stories featuring Black History Walks

Here are the top short stories, fanfiction, poetry, and posts about Black History Walks on Commaful, including topics like "black history", "metaphor", and more. Click here to sign up for more stories about Black History Walks.

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sonnettree
sonnettree Power Reader Sometimes here, sometimes above ground.

Bodies of Slaves

A BlackHistory moment. Some graphic references.

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wearebeloved
wearebeloved Gifted Writer https://medium.com/@breannalowman

Hope Sings in Darkness (A Golden Shovel Poem)

I just finished reading Maya Angelou’s Complete Poem Collection. I also read One Last Word by Nikki Grimes who takes famous poems from the Harlem Renaissance and uses the Golden Shovel form to create ...

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myellbaker91102
myellbaker91102 Gifted Writer Live life to the fullest

Freedom Walk

Freedom: they say we'll never get it. By Charlise F.

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mike_mezz
mike_mezz Gold Comma Writer, historian and musician

The Divide

Looking for the truth

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dachaoticmind
dachaoticmind A desolate soul

Human

My chains are gawkers Bound by witnessing eyes

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jumokeodepe
jumokeodepe Community member

February.

Dedicated to the Black History Month, the poem "February" explores the strength and unrelenting spirit of the African Americans, the untold pain, confusion and mental unrest experienced by the Africa...

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little_novice
little_novice Community member

On Their Shoulders

A thank you to my ancestors By: Me

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cleliaalbano
cleliaalbano Poetess, teacher, painter 🧚‍♀️

I CAN'T BREATHE (in memory of Eric Garner) By @cleliaalbano

I dedicated this poem to Eric Garner and all the victims of injustice and police brutality. May they have justice!

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oof_1
oof_1 Bronze Comma A girl who loves STAFFIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Black history

Why shouldn't you read this story.

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firefox13579
firefox13579 Bronze Comma Loves Foxes!

Important People in Black History

Learn a little more about people in black history like Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Mae Jemison, and more!

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kanejiaconner
kanejiaconner Community member

Hypnotic Graffiti

In honor of black history month. A reminder of where I come from

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tbanarchy
tbanarchy Gifted Writer https://www.amazon.com/Angel-Ray/e/B00S.

The Life & Career Of Lightnin' Hopkins

by tbanarchy Lightnin' Hopkins-born Samuel John Hopkins-was a legendary and influential blues singer, songwriter and guitarist in the same vein as John Lee Hooker and B.B. King.

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icarusfalls
icarusfalls I'm nobody. Who are you?

Friendship/Curse?

A dark experience, when i lost a friend because of a supposed friend. comment your thoughts

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keirarexyyy
keirarexyyy Bronze Comma NOT SINGLEEEEEE token by kayden____

Martin

Thank u for support

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beardalf
beardalf i have not post for awhile

The Chapters of Black History

Black History Month

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taliabasma
taliabasma Community member

To the Slave Girls We’ve Forgotten

This poem is for black history inspired by Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

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rebelbeatnik
rebelbeatnik Did I touch your soul?

Police Brutality

My contribution to the black history walks contest.

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mjpaul
mjpaul Bronze Comma You Don't Know Me.

Being Black

Black is Beautiful

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woolgatherer_
woolgatherer_ just another meat sack

|Have You Seen the Crow?

the crow is courageous enough to show the world how majestic it is

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mike_mezz
mike_mezz Gold Comma Writer, historian and musician

Truth

Who Was Sojourner Truth? A Narrative Poem about the amazing true story of Sojourner Truth

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