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The intersection next to the R.F.K Community Schools campus that has more than 4,000 students is being ignored when it comes to safety.

Let's help our community.

Hello, I'm JAG, a software engineer but most importantly I live in Koreatown since 3 and attended R.F.K Community Schools when it first opened as a high school freshman at ASGL.

Being part of the car world has always been part of my families history, father working in the service industry, mother working in the transportation business and myself in the entrepreneurial side of things. Through all my experiences I come to realize the severity of the issue when it comes to safe streets. The more I talked to communities the more I discovered communities often have a lot of information to share when it comes to experiences. Not a lot of listening happens and when it often does the process isn't as transparent as it should be.

VisionZero has taught me a great deal of things on how we can go doing research but when the solution falls short then the initiative will always fall short.

We have to work together as a community to make changes and hold officials responsible for our communities accountable. I can't make change be possible alone this is why I'm asking my community, Koreatown, to advocate for change as a community. Students brought their concerns and with everything going in the news. Safety isn't a difficult choice to make.

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