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by Gene Groner

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by Kennith Harvey

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by Daniel Strange

Art


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by Daniel Strange

Art


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by JonnieLynn Donatelli

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LET'S GIVE THANKS

By Janice Walker, Army

Writing Type: Poem

Let’s give thanks
to God for all.
Let’s give thanks for our heritage,
And for those who answered
God’s call.
We are the African-Americans.
And we are free.
We, too, can answer
God’s call and be
What God wants us
To be.
Let's give life
Our best shot.
Even if we don't think
We know a lot.
Being African-American
Is beautiful, you know,
For we have so much
To learn and so many
Opportunities to grow.
Our faith has brought
Us safe thus far.
And the Lord loves us just
The way we are.
We are the African-Americans.
With hopes and dreams and fears.
We are the strong people,
We've survived throughout the years.
We can succeed,
We can grow.
Let's give thanks,
And know,
That even though,
We are African-Americans,
The spirit makes us free.
So let's give thanks!

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by Lynn Norton

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by Daniel Strange

Art


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by Judith Leu

Prose


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by Brant Parker III

Array


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Poem


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