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.
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.
Be joyful in all you do.
Be well. Be healthy.
It’s fall (my favorite season), and for me, that usually means lots of new adventures and endeavors. I wanted to write to friends and colleagues near and far to share some of these in hopes that we can connect and make some magic happen together these next few months.
Often in my journey, I am asked my opinion on different experiences, affiliations, and networks that other young changemakers are pursuing. Recently, I was asked about my opinion on StartingBloc, an innovation fellowship that gathers “entrepreneurs, activists, educators, and innovators working to create change” and connects them to “tribe” to help them access