My previous post put the oath all federal public servants take at its center. Pledging our faith, allegiance, our loyalty not to a person, but to the Constitution and to the people as a whole is absolutely fundamental to our form of government. We cannot even pretend to function as a republic without it.
…article, and we’re advocating for white directors like Coppola to stay in their white lanes, right? So MENTION the whiteness. If whiteness isn’t invisible, the norm, or the standard, but instead a deliberate artistic choice, then that title becomes: ‘Q&A: Coppola and Kidman on [WHITE] female gaze of ‘The Beguiled.’
I also believe that design sprints can appeal to people who are looking for an exciting panacea. Or who want to trade their habitual nostrum for another in order to avoid confronting deeper questions. Dogma is comforting, and in this business it goes by many names.