Locked up

In death, some more equal than others

And the great city

Seeking asylum for

The power of faith

The dirty old men

politically outspoken

Just don’t get it

Jobs and trade on the race of doubt

When whites freak out

Naturally endangered

The graves break

Into political power in Congress and elsewhere

It’s no longer crazy

Killed by the death penalty

Slaves can’t matter

Education revisited

Whites just don’t get it

 

Jessica Libby is a sophomore majoring in Graphic Design. She was born and raised in Pennsylvania. “Many of my friends call me ‘JLIB.’ I came to New York to pursue my dream of becoming a graphic designer. SVA has become my second home. It has proved to be the perfect place to help me grow as a creative, artistic individual and enhance my skills as a designer.”