There Is Still A Long Road Ahead

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

Support AAPI Lives

From annie_wu_22 on Instagram I am processing my anger, grief, and fear from Tuesday evening's shooting deaths of 8 people, 6 of whom were Asian and AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) women, in Atlanta, Georgia.  The way the police handle the press conference stirred up my emotions even more. I'm already nervous going outside due … Continue reading Support AAPI Lives

Racial Crisis

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

Neutrality Does Not Bring Forth Change

The last few days, feelings of sadness, despair, hopelessness, and anger have been ruminating in my soul. I have not found the right words to describe my feelings. But, I cannot wait for the right or politically correct words anymore. Racism needs to end now. Police brutality needs to end now. The violence needs to … Continue reading Neutrality Does Not Bring Forth Change