Defying Expectations: 13+ Regrettable Poems About Prejudice
What does prejudice look like? It might be easy to overlook the prevalence of discrimination and racism in our day-to-day lives.
We might see headlines about hate crimes or protests against bigotry, but we seldom see the individual moments that make up these more prominent stories.
That’s why poetry is so important. It can help us see the world in a new light, understand people different from us and open our hearts to understanding and compassion. In this collection of poems, you’ll explore the many faces of prejudice.
You’ll see how it manifests in relationships, communities, and our thoughts and actions. May these poems help you to see yourself more clearly – and work towards creating a more just and tolerant.
What Are The Best Poems About Prejudice?
The poems we’ve shared offer a powerful and insightful look at this ugly part of human nature. They are just a tiny sampling of the many ways prejudice manifests in people’s lives, but they provide a starting point for further exploration.
If you have been affected by prejudice, we encourage you to read these poems and share your story. Is there a poem that deserves to be on this list? Let us know what you think about these poems and if there is one that speaks to you mainly.
Related To Poems About Prejudice
If you are a fan of poetry collections that focus on social issues, then we think you will also enjoy this collection of poems about civil rights as well as this collection of poems about apartheid.
However, if you are looking for something a little bit different, you might enjoy this collection of gender equality poems.