In recognition of Black Heritage Month, 10-year-old Brayden Setor Hanrahan-Glover, a pupil at Greenfield Elementary College, penned the next poem:
We’re individuals hear our voice
Now we have been
so lengthy please
right me If
We fought for
fought by means of
ache so please
respect us on
Mr. King’s day.
Rip to martin gone
Too quickly rip to george
he’ll relaxation on the moon.
Obama ran as a result of he
had his rights and made
individuals pleased each night time.
Rosa sat within the entrance of the
bus acquired arrested individuals made
a fuss. Viola sat to look at a film
however as a substitute of that folks acquired moody.
We’re coloured and that’s tremendous so why
did not they respect us for they had been blind.
Brayden Setor Hanrahan-Glover