Near the end of my time as an art student at Howard University, my painting professor made a statement about the time in between production. He cautioned us to not be surprised if our break in between cultivating our artistic expressions turns out to be years or decades. I rejected…


Today, I’m excited to announce that I’m joining an advisory council of Black leaders in partnership w/@jfftweets to shape a framework for economic mobility for Black Americans https://www.jff.org/what-we-do/impact-stories/jfflabs/jff-comcast-nbcuniversal-partner-boost-black-tech-workers/ #BlackTech

Black workers are underrepresented in technology careers. In the U.S., people who self-identify as Black make up 12.4 percent of the…


Rewinding to my college days as a fine arts student, I recall a moment when my painting professor told the class that we may have moments — even decades — of no artistic activity. …

Kenyatta Lovett

Kenyatta Lovett is a writer and researcher on matters related to higher education, economic development, and workforce development.

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