1991 was the most important year of my life. It was transformation, it was inspirational, and it was traumatic-in every imaginable way. It was the year of the VIDEO CAMERA!
At the time, I was very angry. Many people were angry over Rodney King but I was angry over Latasha Harlins. Witnessing a women only receiving probation and a $500 fine for shooting a girl in the back infuriated me. What pissed me off even more was that she was appointed by Pete Wilson, the governor of California, who would later spearhead the famous 3-Strikes Law. I was confused, I was upset but more importantly I didn’t know what to do with my anger.