brown people #mypeople #nepali #nepalese #southasian or even #asian
If you were ever upset about -someone being racist towards you or your family member at some point in your life -about Covid-19 racism where Asian were getting beat up
BUT are NOW choosing to be silent about the police murdering a black man YOU’RE SELFISH & SELECTIVE about your anti- racism. Check YOURSELF please! I am not mad at you I just don’t understand why you are SILENT
Let’s not pretend that anti-blackness, doesn’t exist in our #nepalese community. It fucking does it heavily does. No one talks about it but it DOES. I don’t feel ashamed to admit it neither should you lets talk about it with our parents, family members as uncomfortable and frustrating it might be let’s educate our parents about racism who weren’t privileged to get education & resource. Have those uncomfortable conversation please.! I beg you!
BE UPSET one more time. This is not a black person problem this is everyone’s problem. Do your part by raising awareness within our #nepalese community in America. Show your support for black lives, use your platform.
I know it’s HARD. I get it. DM me if you aren’t sure about how to approach your parents about this or how to have these conversation with your family members. Nepalese people let us use this movement that will be marked in history to create change within us for now and for the future so we don’t dedicate who our children choose to LOVE like our parents have been dedicating us for years. We must free ourselves from horror stories that were told to us about black people when we move to America those stories were never true. I love my black brothers and sisters because when I first moved to this country at the age of 14 and starting going to high school black people were the only ones who didn’t make me feel invisible. Now it’s my turn to show them that they are not invisible. I am with you. ✊🏽