Let the chills begin:
Irma Thomas - “Anyone Who Knows What Love Is”
(The goodness starts around 3:00.)
Marry Me Do by Susan Robinson
6 x 4”, Ink/ paper
'Do what you love' disguises the fact that being able to choose a career primarily for personal reward is a privilege, a sign of socioeconomic class.
It should be no surprise that unpaid interns abound in fields that are highly socially desirable, including fashion, media, and the arts. …This exclusion not only calcifies economic and professional immobility, but it also insulates these industries from the full diversity of voices society has to offer.
Miya Tokumitsu in "In the Name of Love"