In the aftermath of this 2016 presidential election, an apparent divided country has awakened to a stark reality of unbalance, anger and racism poisoning our country. We should use this opportunity to shed light on these issues and heal our wounds.
We must commit to mobilizing against hatred, bigotry, misogyny, and economic pain. As we have at other times of crisis in our nation, we move forward in solidarity and in the belief that stronger communities arise in times of crisis. We must dedicate ourselves to putting forth a compelling vision of fundamental change.