Remembrance Day Rap

28 September 2007 by Sam

Black History Month starts on Monday, yet another good reason (as if you need one) to visit the International Slavery Museum. As always, there are lots of events planned across our venues, check out the Black History Month programme for further details.

To get you in the mood, here’s a great rap poem that was written by ten year old Robert Thomas after he had attended the Slavery Remembrance Day events with his family

Down with Poverty, Racism and all the rest;
Stop it now ‘cos you know it’s best;
This is no jest.
We’re all the same both black and white;
You know it’s right
So don’t give up without a fight!

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