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Nothing, absolutely nothing, can replace face-to-face communication.
While I'm grateful to have projects that speak directly to representation and inclusion, a lot of the times my impact is outside of that work. Whether it is the topic or not, I approach all projects with the same purpose of infusing diversity and representation into the work that I do.
As a Black woman working in the [design and creative] field, I face a lot of adversity.
It was clear to me that I needed to get to know my true unique voice as a creative. Spend some time with her.
My work has a spirit to it, a character, and a charm that brings smiles to people's faces.
We all have a responsibility to tell the truth about who we are as a nation. When we do that, we begin to relate to one another better, we see our humanity in each other.
Purposeful collective action can change our nation and the world.
We have a social responsibility to preserve these places to never forget who we are.
I didn't want to be a designer that created more "stuff" in the world I wanted to be a designer that could help change the world
How design for me was about telling the narrative of tomorrow but making it tangible and physical in the now
My whole work is about tooling up for radical change
The place where [you live] and the people that live there really matter. [You] can design a future that [you] can be proud of and is healthy for everyone to live in.
I really don't even care about race, but I have to because I have to constantly armor these children over and over and over when they encounter ignorance.
On a real basic level, humans just want to be loved.
Other communities need to stomp out hatred. Because is not on us anymore, to build our self-esteem so high, just so we can walk down the street and tolerate hatred.
These kids. The weight that they carry with them is so heavy, that if they did have that extra lift up, they would sky-rocket.
Everybody needs to help somebody up. We all have to do that.
It's not the momentum of the fall that allows us to rise, it's really when people help you on that way up.
A lot of people look at jazz and they think it's just kind of unfettered randomness, when actually there's a process going on. Each one of these musicians is both a leader and a follower.
Justice is a process, it's not necessarily an outcome...becoming sensitive of things we don't know about and we haven't experienced.
Go where the music takes you.
Learn to play with others and not just people who think like you.
Miles Davis said that it takes a long time to learn how to play like yourself.
The instrument is you. Developing your own voice, developing your own sense of the world, interrogating what you experienced and what you think.
Going to the dictionary for words is a little like getting nutrition advice from the FDA... Words come from the community, they come from experience, they come from emotion.
Words...is not just language. This is part of being conscious, human, and whole.