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Student Work

From a SpeakTogether virtual workshop, Talent Unlimited High School, Spring 2020

This poem was composed during a six-week session conducted by author and spoken word artist Sheri Booker, who worked with a class of 10th-grade students to develop their voices. This workshop took place during a global pandemic, a national lockdown, and uprisings across the country to end police brutality and structural racism. Read more about the works in this collection, which are artifacts of this period and a true testament to the vision, creativity, and resilience of these students.

Listen to a recording of the following poem above. 

Final Poem

by Ella Pemberton

This is not a trend.
Racism needs to end.
If I’m your friend,
you will fight till the end.
We should all come together.
We’ll fight forever
To make
Black Lives Matter.

Ella Pemberton was a sophomore at Talented Unlimited High School in NYC at the time of this recording.

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