About a month ago, music production company Man Made Music announced it was changing its name to Made Music Studio. As part of that move, it released its anti-racism manifesto and launched a partnership with global community disrupter Decolonize Design. The change at Made Music isn’t a facelift, but a wholesale shift within the organization to think, act, hire and create differently.

Lauren McGuire, president of Made Music Studio, and Aida Mariam Davis, founder of Decolonize Design, join the podcast to discuss the hows and whys of this shift—what it means to have an anti-racist agenda; why it’s important for employees and companies to understand the importance of being an anti-racist from the inside out; and why belonging, dignity and justice are the next level up from diversity, equity and inclusion.

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You can hear more about the vision for Made Music’s partnership with Decolonize Design below:

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