As a non-Black POC in America, I am indebted to the Black community

Jasjit Singh holds a law degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law and is the Program Officer at ChangeLawyers.

As a Sikh, first-generation immigrant from Punjab, and a non-black person of color, I recognize and acknowledge that navigating this country, as hard as it has been, was possible due to the path forged by countless black lives that were…

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