Liberación/Liberasyon/Libertação/解放: Unapologetic Women of Color
An e-book featuring 3 Boston-based women of color reclaiming space, narratives, and power. Photographed by Ally Schmaling featuring Chardline Chanel-Faiteau, Zubeda Khan, and Lydia López.
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STREETWEAR: ON THE SPOT INTERVIEWS
“I feel like I want women to have a lot more power in the world. I would say I’m a feminist. [I want] women of color to have more of a strong standing in the world. [this would look like] women and men being on the same level - getting equal pay and for women to be able to walk down the street and not be afraid of men.”
"Life's too short to be ignorant. I think that a lot of the things we go through as people, as a race, and as different cultures [are] because we don't take the time to understand. If we try to be more like-minded and try to understand, we'd be a lot further along. We can share, we can build, we can grow."
“Everything [you] do matters in some sort of way. Your expression and energy contributes to a larger group of people. We’re always adding unto the community we’re already in and it’s best to give back as much as possible. Even if it’s just social. Something as simple as saying ‘hello’ or a smile. Just include yourself."