One of the great fallacies about being a storyteller is that any creator is entitled to tell any story they’d like. Much like an actor who once believed themselves to be a chameleon on stage, we have come to learn that there are often times when it may not be our place to assume the role of storyteller; our job can be to hold the space for others to tell the stories from the community to which they belong.
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