Asking for Racial Diversity in the Arts: A Playbook

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Want to ask for more diversity in the arts? Here are the most common excuses you’ll hear.

Excuse #1: There aren’t enough artists of color to showcase.

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is a filmmaker, photographer, and digital media artist living a stereotypical artist life. She could have been a doctor or a scientist, but here we are.

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