For the Men and Women of the tyrannized races,
the flashbacks of humiliation, fear and ambiguity
have not gone away nor is the ire and bitterness
of those callous years and the ire may not get
expressed in public but it does find voice when
somewhere history of such atrocities is repeated.
The anger is not always productive but the anger
is real and powerful and to simply wish it away, to
condemn it without understanding its roots and
causes only serves to widen the chasm,
a misunderstanding that exist between races.
Anger is never without a reason and if the reason is powerful than fear the anger because perpetual anger becomes an outward expression of hurt and frustration.