“I wonder about Buddhist temples and Japanese spaces of community during World War II America. What was that atmosphere like? Was it like this? The grief of marginalized people is universal. And that is a horrifying comfort, if we can even call it that.”
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We asked current University of San Francisco student and former high school class president, Reyna Brown, about the trials and tribulations of governing, from planning events, to changing the world.
As a young black man, having a president that looks like me gives me a real feeling of empowerment.
[Watching Trump become President] My rage, sadness, and apprehension blurred together into an emotional tidal wave. I wanted to cry, but instead, I reached for a tube of liquid eyeliner.
We set up a confessional for young people to sort out their thoughts on Donald Trump’s presidency. From optimism to fear, they explore their feelings, and reflect on how America might change in this video montage.
After a sleepless night of following the election results on CNN, UC Davis student Mazie Lewis, 18, watched the sun rise over Sebastopol, California, drank a cup of tea, and headed out for a run.