Enough Already with the Statements of “Solidarity,” Arts World

“I can’t believe what you say because I see what you do.” — James Baldwin

I’ve gone from awe to agony to anger in the course of three days. According to my spiritual goddess guide Audre Lorde, those uses of anger can be a powerful source of energy in serving progress and change. I’d say that my anger is more than a valid emotion in this moment. But actually…

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Founding Director of Women of Color in the Arts, a national grassroots organization dedicated to creating racial equity in the performing arts.

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Kaisha S. Johnson

Kaisha S. Johnson

Founding Director of Women of Color in the Arts, a national grassroots organization dedicated to creating racial equity in the performing arts.

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