Invitation to the Black Album Mixtape


Just 19 days. 456 hours. That's how long it's been since the year 2020 ended. A year of unrest. A year of mourning and loss. A year of isolation. It was a year that left none of us untouched. On this day of national transition, I have one question:

After 2020, who are we? Who are you?

I am excited to announce a collaboration between Golden Globe Winner and SMU Alum, Regina Taylor '81, The Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and the Meadows School of the Arts, in which YOU are the star.

In this second installment of Ms. Taylor's Black Album, entitled mixtape, she asks the entire SMU community to reflect on a question and share your voice to create an artistic tapestry woven by the unique perspectives of Mustangs from all walks of life.

Click on the link. Hear and see voices from around the world. Who knows, you might just see somebody famous.

60 seconds. That's all we ask. Share with your answer to this month's question: After 2020, who are you?

Learn more at the black album mixtape website here.

 

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Dr. Maria A. Dixon Hall
Chief Diversity Officer and Senior Advisor to the President for Campus Cultural Intelligence Initiatives
Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor
Associate Professor of Organizational Communication

Southern Methodist University