Thank you to Garland County Justice of the Peace Esther Hunter Dixon and the NAACP for organizing this Peace Vigil in Hot Springs to discuss ending hate in our society. 

I am especially thankful you invited me to speak and represent the Asian American Native Hawaiin Pacific Islander communities. 

George Floyd was murdered one year ago today. Before his name became a movement, he was a human being who mattered: a son, a brother, a father, and a friend. 

It will take us all working together to end hate of all forms in our society, and this community event illustrates how Hot Springs, Arkansas, is coming together toward peace and action.

#EndHate #BlackLivesMatter #StopAsianHate  #lgbtqrights #transrightsarehumanrights #APAHM


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