Fashion and Diversity Series: Fashion and Race I Parsons School of Design




From designers telling their stories through design during New York Fashion Week to scholars groundbreaking work on the compelling histories of Africans and …

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Fashion and Diversity Series: Fashion and Race I Parsons School of Design

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  1. This was really good….and hella honest an personal …should been seen by black design students all students for that matter. To hear the honest conversation that happens w/black interns w/the white establishment thinks that no one is listening or going to reap/or repeat the information……………

  2. Well……the mix raced-black -asian dude on the end is speaking from a place of skin and exotic space and priviledge that's why his perceptions are skewed of just show up and do the work …He's cast as their fuckable "black" friend in the heads of his white co-workers

  3. O.k.. so the cat in the grey hat brings the "real" talk I guess I shouida waited to hear more …:) This was so powerful in so many levels this needs more exposure…

  4. Wow ! the men on the panel are very subconscious of placating this invisible power construct as if some white someone of position will keep them from the next gig….sad Just say what the shit you mean and quit trying to be all P/C and in your head full of there intellect ..Plus there needed to be another woman on the panel .

  5. So racism boils down to white folks lack of skills in empathizing with others (non-whites.) The need to abstract yourself as a Black person to appease white worldviews is part of the issue and these folks seem smart, but don't really get it.

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