School children all over New England collected $17,000 in pennies, nickels and dimes. Their names are in a sealed box, somewhere within the pedestal.
If everyone was treated equal / ’n respected for their way, / there’d be no color lines! / We’d overthrow RAC-ism / and the Triple K!
Starr Sarabia is the guy you’ve seen in Congress Square talking with, kissing and feeding the pigeons. People call him the Pigeon Whisperer.
Where I come from / There are no wars – / There is no reason to fight / There are no prejudices / as there is no need to be judgmental.
Sarabia writes poetry but he doesn’t call himself a poet. “I’m a language sculptor,” he said. “I’m too sexy to be a poet.”