For me, grievance is a mode of social address that assumes injury can be quantified and verified, and it has its place in the work of activism. But grievance as the only or dominant mode of addressing racial injury has also proven incapable of speaking to a deeper and more tenacious legacy of distrust and hurt for which we have yet to learn how to process.
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I'm Chinese American and I Think This Weekend's Peter Liang Protests Were a Problem, and an Opportunity