A Commentary by Sophia Agtarap
We live in an increasingly polarized nation. As the current administration settles in, I find myself, a 37-year-old Filipina and lifelong United Methodist, navigating a different religious and political space. It’s a space that has long existed, but is being unveiled in different ways — perhaps in spaces that were once hidden and in hushed conversations.
Have you ever wrestled with a question and you needed to know the answer? We are faced with a myriad of simple questions every day that require answers. Where do we want to go to dinner? Does this shirt match these pants? Do I take the interstate or back roads to work today?