Quanice and Josh update folks on the Lena Horne prize, talk conference diversity in a box, "Slave Play" drama, and so much more. They then chat with Durell Cooper (CEO of Cultural Innovation Group) to talk about his journey in the arts, the problem of privilege, and his work to tell the stories of the folks of color changing the game.
The thoughts/views expressed by the co-hosts of Art Accordingly are their own and not on behalf of the Arts Administrators of Color Network or any other organization or person.
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