Today marks the second anniversary of the death of Osaze Osagie, who was shot by police who were serving a mental health warrant. The loss not only hurt a family but a community. Never should a mental health crisis have to end in death. The tragedy of March 20, 2019 has opened many doors and raised awareness on what we can do to better approach mental health crises while addressing racial justice issues in our community. We must never forget where we came from and continue to push forward in promoting a community that seeks reconciliation, unity and equality.