Artist’s Website Invites Privileged Individuals To Make ‘Reparations’ To People Of Color
Marin, who is black and born in Trinidad, explained in an interview with The Guardian that her mission is not to create divisions or evoke “white guilt.” Rather, she hopes “Reparations” opens up a safe space for people to help each other, in ways physical and immaterial, in any way they can.
“I’m trying to create moments of solidarity between people of color, and between people of color and people who are white,” she explained to The Guardian. “I’m not into polarizing. I’m into people working together for solutions … who can you help, who can you connect with, how can you offset your privilege.”
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