CULTURAL GENOCIDEby S.E. McKenzie(S. E. McKenzie Productions) Price verified 3 hours ago
'Cultural Genocide' is S.E. McKenzie's nineteenth epic poem which explores what could have been and who we could have been. Cultures often have entry points. We are conditioned from birth to adapt into a culture so that one's culture often becomes our second nature. Too often cultures clash creating culture shock between people who often have good intentions but have no entry point designed to integrate without manufacturing consent to give up one's identity in order to belong.
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