It really boils down to your spirit, drive, ambition, and willingness to use the tools that you have to provide an opportunity for others.
Meet @aquatic.gardener (Jamal Gray). I met Jamal a few years ago, and had only heard snippets about him, but those snippets were amazing. Curator, artist, director, and philanthropist, he’s provided artistic outlet opportunities for so many people. He’s worked with The Phillips Collection, The Kennedy Center, Capitol Fringe, and was the founder of The Uptown Art House. He is also the host of Late Bloom, which is a radio show on Full Service Radio. It comes on Wednesday nights from 7-8pm.
It’s always fascinating to hear the doers speak, because they speak a language that will continue to resonate for years to come. They speak a language of opportunity, change, resilience, and humility. I appreciate those traits, and I appreciate Jamal.
And yeah... He’s black.✌🏽| #MyFriendsAreAmazing