The March for an Inclusive America was a solidarity and peace movement to show support for a diverse America, one that welcomes people of all religions, creed, colors and etc. (Harajuku, Tokyo Japan). I participated in this March, talked with Janise (an organizer) and did interviews with participants.
I made this video as I was running to go catch a train, so it’s not the prettiest thing ever. I’m tinkering around with editing and songs and such, so I hope I’m slowly improving over time. If you have any requests for what you want to see, feel free to put it in the comment section!
Just a video of me walking around town recording things. I hope you enjoy!
Hey all! I did another vlog that’s about the Tokyo Rainbow Pride Parade. The actual parade part is short, but the stuff I got was so neat I had to talk about it. This year there was so much support! I was so astonished.
I went with the group Stonewall Japan this year, and if you ever need a great LGBTQA+ resource, I highly recommend this group. They’ve got different events, meet ups, and even travel trips together. Check it out!
I plan on doing more out and about vlogging on the weekend. If you have any suggestions for what you want to see next, please put it in the comments and I’ll try to do it.
Thanks for watching!
I made another vlog since I had freetime. In this episode, I go over how I dealt with homesickness while living abroad in Japan.