In this episode of Unspoken, Ruthie and Miles traveled to NYC to have a great conversation with Sarah Lewis. Hearing how Sarah has overcome loss and how it has shaped who she is and where she is in life is truly inspiring and perspective shifting. Sarah is an assistant professor of history of art and architecture and African and African American studies at Harvard University and is the author of The Rise, a book about failure and creativity. She has also held curatorial positions at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Tate Modern, London.
Sarah’s influence and impact is powerful and lasting, particularly, in sparking a national conversation with “Vision & Justice”—the landmark issue of Aperture dedicated to photography of the black experience that explores, with eloquent reach, “what humanity looks like.”
Learn more about the powerful work Sarah is a part of here.