Memoriam | #JusticeForSabsAndSunny

Two lives cut short by impotent rage.
A killer’s family remains whole while the victim’s is wholly disfigured–
Limbs of a family tree which can never be grafted or revived.
Today marks Sunny & Sabs’ death day.

Two bodies now six feet underground, but one killer asks to be free.
Two bodies: one mother, one daughter, both hacked from the family tree.


A thief of life, wishes to walk among the living, but a community says no:
“Justice must be served for these horrible crimes and the community must be protected from him!”


A robber of family, wants to walk among the good, and the good say:
“I don’t want him to hurt anyone else.”


A murderer, but not on death row, the community speaks out once more and says:
“There isn’t a doubt in my mind that my own life would also be in danger if this sick POS were to be released.”


June 7th marks the day when Sabrina and Sunny were slain in their home.
2000+ have said no to the release of convicted murderer Jacob P. Cayer.

Who will be the next to say, “No.”

Sign the petition against the release of convicted murderer Jacob Cayer:
https://www.change.org/p/brown-county-courts-community-against-the-release-of-convicted-murderer-jacob-cayer

#JusticeForSabsAndSunny ⚖ #StopAsianHate

Remembering Cesar Chavez

Cesar Chavez performance by Tres Culturas at CSUN Cal State Northridge

This Tres Culturas Theater Troupe performance piece about Cesar Chavez was performed at CSUN Cal State Northridge and throughout the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, California. Directed by M.F.A. Alejandro Molina and featuring a multi cultural theater ensemble with Maria Trinidad Santacruz, Elizabeth Melero, Diana Melero, Michael Ray, and David Padilla taking on the roles of laborers, the overseers and Cesar Chavez himself. “Si se puede!”