What our communities contributions have brought out.

Sergio Vera Vazquez

As of today, October, the 6th 2020, there have been various results of the justice that has been fought for. A scale of neutral, negative to gross, but we are here to talk about our communities. How they have changed and how they will change in the future. Our communities, after seeing the results of various cases, have not stopped fighting. We have not forgotten those who are no longer with us, and we have not forgotten the persecutors’ actions.

“A riot is the language of the unheard.”
— Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Our communities keep questioning these ideas and results. We keep asking ourselves what we can do next. That next is positive. That next is what we are seeking. That next is what will keep the Black Lives Matter movement moving.

The commonality that we have as communities is what will bring that positive result in our future. The feeling we get when we help each other and that feeling that we get when we see someone else happy is what we will see in our futures. We need to keep fighting and fight that divide that keeps separating us on every occasion. It is hard to determine what will happen to our communities in the future, but I am certain that we will not go down without a fight.

I will tell our communities that we are stronger together. We will keep on fighting. We will keep our heads high. We will discover and embrace our communities. We will change what is wrong in our society. We will keep being positive even in tragic times. We will make those tragic situations our own, and we will never forget those lives. We will fight for our future. Our future will be held together by our communities. Our kids and our grandkids will embrace that future. That future is what we seek.

about the author

Sergio Vera Vazquez / 25


I was born in Mexico, but lived most of life in the United States. I started to learn about my love of design around the age of 21, I began pretty late. From there I explored different interests I had from engineering, illustration, and photography. I embraced graphic design as I really enjoyed the creativity to it and the ways one’s voice can be heard.