Having something I can pour my efforts and attention into, rather than feeling like a helpless bystander has felt like a ray of light after being surrounded completely by darkness. We live in an era where it’s easier than ever for people to self-organize and mobilize. To individually pour our efforts into achieving a collective good.

As a Korean-American immigrant, it’s been difficult to know how I should, or can get involved. There’s a deep tension between the black and Asian American community that goes back for many decades. Growing up in Queens, New York, my parents often warned and told me to be fearful of black people.

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