Linkin Park icon Mike Shinoda’s wife, Anna Shinoda, slammed the law and prison systems of the United States of America on Instagram and explained why racism is ingrained in the country.

Anna shared her deep feelings about the racism problem of America and criticized the drug laws and prison systems by saying that they are the reason why racism is still a thing for the people.

Also, Anna shared the people that inspired her and stated that she has been listening to these people while she has been silent on social media. Furthermore, Anna revealed the accounts that give information about racism and social justice art.

Here is what Anna Shinoda said:

As a complete coincidence, my daughter is doing a school project on Rosa Parks. Her two favorite quotes pictured here. I’ve been quiet on social media, trying to process what to say. But it’s been days.

I don’t have the right words. Part of that is because I don’t think my words and my content should take any time away from the words and content created by people who are directly impacted by racism, oppression, and brutality. Every. Single. Day. Not just on the days where there is another video as a witness or on days where there are protests. Racism is ingrained in America’s drug laws and prison systems and deeply, deeply in individual belief systems.”

She continued:

“These people inspire me with their art, music, talent, words, and while I’ve been quiet here on social media, I’ve been listening to their voices and the voices of the people they are amplifying: @salmasekela @donte.colley @jasonreynolds83 @demetriusharmon.

If you need resources for teaching about racism @facinghistory provides. @intoactionus supports social justice art. Another opportunity to listen: all this week, @noor will be talking to black educators, writers, organizers, and activists during her At Your Service Hour.”

A fan named Kellie added this comment:

“I pray for our country. It’s a scary place right now. You, Mike and your family please stay safe Anna.”

Another fan named Shannon wrote:

“You are indeed a wonderful human, Anna! ❤️”

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As a complete coincidence, my daughter is doing a school project on Rosa Parks. Her two favorite quotes pictured here. I’ve been quiet on social media, trying to process what to say. But it’s been days. I don’t have the right words. Part of that is because I don’t think my words and my content should take any time away from the words and content created by people who are directly impacted by racism, oppression and brutality. Every. Single. Day. Not just on the days where there is another video as witness or on days where there are protests. Racism is ingrained in America’s drug laws and prison systems and deeply, deeply in individual belief systems. These people inspire me with their art, music, talent, words, and while I’ve been quiet here on social media, I’ve been listening to their voices and the voices of the people they are amplifying: @salmasekela @donte.colley @jasonreynolds83 @demetriusharmon. If you need resources for teaching about racism @facinghistory provides. @intoactionus supports social justice art. Another opportunity to listen: all this week, @noor will be talking to black educators, writers, organizers and activists during her At Your Service Hour.

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