spoken word: "I'm sorry" by jason chu

A new spoken word piece by Jason Chu, who reflects on the shooting tragedy at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek: I'm Sorry. The poem expresses his frustration and regret over how he, as an Asian American man, has often chosen to stay silent in the face of racist and hateful speech towards others:

For all the times that I've held my tongue and didn't speak up, I'm sorry too. For more from Jason Chu, check out his website here.

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