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2018-09-05 14:57
I think I’ve learned so much about the way that people live in New York and I’ve learned so much about what I’m passionate about. The way that black and brown people are understood as living in cities is usually in hard concrete areas, in desolate or decaying spaces, and I    wanted to challenge that representation as the only representation as to where blackness lives in the city, and where black people exist. I’m interested in asking folks to really look at the level of the individual, and I’m interested in challenging perceptions of what blackness in nature look like.