Why aren't there more women of color in fine arts?

Why aren't there more women of color in fine arts?

Crooked Minis - January 23, 2019 - 35:37

Julissa Arce is joined by Jazmín Morales, a classical musician based in Los Angeles who runs the Fortissima fellowship for young female musicians of color. Together they discuss the lack of diversity currently found in fine arts and the classical music world, what is being done to challenge that and what it means to have role models that look like you.

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