As we all try to make sense of the national election results this week, we wanted to reach out to all of you.
Yesterday, I had a difficult time processing the results of the election and spent most of the day trying to find answers. Like many of you, I had a lot of questions. How could this happen? Why did this happen? What do I do next?
This is a difficult moment for people who have been targeted during the campaign, especially our Black, Brown, LGBT, Muslim, and Immigrant brothers and sisters. There is fear, uncertainty and concern about the future. For the youth we work with and on whose behalf we advocate, they are especially at risk. They need our protection and support.
There is much more at stake now than before and it makes our collective work for youth justice even more crucial than ever.
We are steadfast in our resolve to dissent from the racism, misogyny, homophobia, islamophobia and xenophobia. We have the courage to resist against hate and violence. We can organize for youth justice.
We are in this together. We are here for you.
Until justice is real,