Why we need space for Black artists not to fear offending white people
"Exposure to different mediums has the potential to change the  course of a young Black person’s life, ultimately saving them from  channeling their energy into things that harm them. Black  artistic expression is necessary for saving our lives, yet many Black  artists fear alienating or offending the white people we rely on for  funding and support. That’s a problem, because Black audiences often  become alienated in the process. Through safeguarding white funders,  Black artists can inadvertently lead the Black audience to believe it  “doesn’t like art.” No representation." read more at racebaitr.com