WRITTEN AND PERFORMED BY YASMIN BRADLEY. MODERATOR: MICHAIL MINOR.
FNN CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY: FEB 27, 2014. I wrote this rap because it inspired me to be a part of Black History Month. -Yazmin Bradley
Bradley Black history, no mystery. I am a student at Chamberlain Elementary.
More than a century before slavery, my people was free. Don’t lie to me.
You see my Bible decry that there’s more to me than you pretend to be.
Now remember me making history.
Jesus had skin of brown, hair of wool. My soul is full.
You can’t feed me bull. You can’t tug and pull. We do more than scream.
Martin King had a dream that this nation will rise and be free.
Now with Obama in place, take a look at my race.
Imagine what was next if I was the new president of the United States.