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NO. 22: Angela on How Injustices in Milwaukee Drove Her to Activism

NO. 22: WHAT INJUSTICES HAVE YOU FACED GROWING UP IN MILWAUKEE?

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NO. 21: Jacky on Unsung Heroes in the Black Tech Space

NO. 21: WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON BEING BLACK IN TECH SPACE? JACKY ALCINÉ…

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No. 20: Mattie on DIY-Culture and Her Traveling Art Space for Artists of Color

NO. 20: WHAT IS THE VISION FOR YOUR TRAVELING ART SPACE, MISSION GALLERY? MATTIE …

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No 19: Michelle on Owning Her Seat at the Table as an Asian Woman Founder in Tech

NO. 19: WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO LAUNCH YOUR APP, LITERATOR? MICHELLE (@Xiaohoamichelle) ANSWERS LOCATION:…

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No. 18: Tyree on Trusting the Process and Being Black in Los Angeles

NO. 18: WHERE DID YOUR “TRUST THE PROCESS” MANTRA COME FROM? TYREE (@TYREEBP) ANSWERS…

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No. 17: Savvy on How Personal Loss Propelled Her to Put Her Dreams First

NO. 17: HOW DID THE LOSS OF YOUR PARENT LEAD YOU INTO ENTREPRENEURSHIP? SAVOYIA…

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No. 16: Kareem on Mentors and Why “Book Smarts” Don’t Guarantee Success

NO. 16: WHAT DOES MENTORSHIP MEAN TO YOU? KAREEM TAYLOR (@KareemTaylor) ANSWERS. LOCATION: LOS…

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No. 15: Deborah on Creating AfroNoire Mag and Finding Home in Ivory Coast and England

NO. 15: WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO CREATE AFRONOIRE MAGAZINE? DEBORAH, Founder of @AFRONOIRE ANSWERS….

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The Questions 100 — No. 14: Daniel Challenges the Stigmas of Being Black with Dyslexia

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The Questions 100 — No. 13: Shadé on Writing Poetry to Cope with Depression

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