Who Raised You? Podcast is a kitchen table conversation between Karen (Jia Lian) Yang and Treasure Shields Redmond that explores how culture, family, and intersecting identities pave the way toward liberation. In this episode, they talk with De Nichols about hair and how appearance intersects with professionalism and activism.
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In “Design as a Catalyst for Change,”—a course designed and taught by social innovator and designer, De Nichols—students learn and practice skills of community-based social impact design. The focus of this course emphasizes how values of empathy, equity, privilege, relationship building, and justice integrate into the communications design process when
Happy new year! In this video, I show you three ways to set your 2018 new years resolutions and give tips that will help you follow through with them this year. Watch it on both YouTube and Facebook.
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On November 4, De Nichols will join arts leaders for a panel discussion during Common Field Conference Los Angeles that probes the dynamics, responsibilities, and choices that artists and organizations navigate in its responsiveness to communities.
De Nichols is a 2017/18 Citizen Artist Fellow of the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, and in this recent video, you can witness a snippet of the experience and the impact that it makes on each of its fellows.
This month, De Nichols is a recipient of the Safety Pin Box’s Black Women Being gift, which will reward one-time financial support to individual Black women who have demonstrated a commitment to serving Black people.
Some of the great insights I was able to capture at Blavity’s EmpowerHer conference. Inspired by all the women who shared time and space while there.
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Zim on time management: “Distractions are the enemies of progress.”
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Sometimes the worst moments can teach you the most.
Reflecting on lessons learned from break ups, life transitions, and more.
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