For My Fallen Sisters in Atlanta’s Spa Shootings, One Year Later

Yesterday was quite a day. I found myself without the words to say. It took me a day to collect some thoughts. It will indeed take me longer to further digest the impact of these events as we continue to move forward. Thankful for the community of support and care.

Source: CNN.com & Courtesy of B Jay Pak

From Chicago to Atlanta to Minneapolis to Seoul. Coast to coast and around the world. To my sisters here and fallen. Our allies…

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Legal (Immigration/DOJ) & MH practitioner in training. Mother. Artist. Healer. EO of Wonhwa Warriors, LLC. “Narratives for collective liberation.”

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Legal (Immigration/DOJ) & MH practitioner in training. Mother. Artist. Healer. EO of Wonhwa Warriors, LLC. “Narratives for collective liberation.”

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