Tweet by Frederick Joseph @FredTJoseph Today, Derek Chauvin, the police officer who murdered George Floyd in May 2020, was found guilty of all three counts against him. As I watched the court officer put handcuffs around Chauvin's wrists and take him to jail, I realized there is still a long road ahead. But I am … Continue reading There Is Still A Long Road Ahead
Picture/Artwork by Colette Cady, inspired by the poet, Morgan Harper Nichols I am afraid to go out in public. This fear isn’t due to Covid. It is because I am an Asian-American. There has been an explosion of hate crimes of assaults and murders against Asians (especially the elderly) in parts of America ever since … Continue reading Is it Safe for Me to Go Outside?
Right now, so many people see how racism is affecting our country. The police brutality, the former President condoning people with Neo-Nazi or White Supremacy ties, and vigilantes murdering protestors, innocent people being targeted just for looking non-White. People using their privilege to be superior to others. I was born in Los Angeles. I am … Continue reading Racial Crisis