A SJU sophomore discusses her experience growing up as a Filipino minority. She continues to express the difficulty she had to “find her place.” The SJU student believes our campus has the potential to create change if we enact now on addressing the racist issues.
More videos like this one on the topic of campus Attacks can be found at http://attacked.starttalkingsju.com. You can also see our prior campaigns: Belonging (http://belonging.starttalking.com) or Mental Health (http://mentalhealth.starttalking.com).
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