“I have serious concerns regarding everything going on in our state, and I feel required to speak up on the tragic problems that have faced Wisconsin, and every other state as well.
I am very familiar with hardship, due to my parents coming to this country very young for work! As we all know, some places are tougher to live in than others, but in this case it’s getting tough for all of us! Some people have never experienced hardship like this before, and it’s eye opening.
I am a resident of Milwaukee, WI and the way things have been for us ever since President Trump took office, are horrible! Not only has he fought for corporations rather than small businesses from the start, but the worldwide pandemic has negatively affected small businesses even further.
It’s scary knowing that our hard-earned money is getting funded to bigger corporations outside of our state. We can’t be afraid, and we can’t sit by without an answer. We must fight and become a movement advocating for small businesses and people, not corporations! You can do this by making changes in your own life, or you can go out and use your voice for advocacy.
It doesn’t matter who you are. If your choices are poor, stand up and advocate for change.
A Better Wisconsin Together is a local movement to help raise awareness about the problems we are facing in this state. I’m so glad they’re advocating for real change that would greatly benefit small businesses, people, and our communities.
I play the role of a leader in my family, so I always explain to my 5 year old child that he must wear his mask and avoid touching things in public. I hope that you are teaching your children to practice this too, because it can save lives! I see many families ignoring the safety precautions recommended during this pandemic. It’s so important that we work together to do our part.
I am also an independent artist from Milwaukee, WI streaming on a few platforms. I make music, but I also incorporate a bigger message into my work than a lot of music releases nowadays! Spread the good word! Be a good neighbor!”