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Black Havana.

Dwight Drummond. 1987 (miami)



Concealed from the whereabouts of civility a Black man is taken from the reality in broad daylight to the watch of hatred flowing from people that want to see him killed for what reason unknown but Racism is the reason why.
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Dwight Drummond.

My name is Dwight Drummond I started writing poetry at the tender age of 16. Since then i've been in Literary magazines and won editorial awards for my accomplishments. more…

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