(6.)Quartz: A Q&A with Walter Thompson-Hernandez about men who want to escape gender stereotypes


Walter Thompson-Hernandez is the child of a black father and Mexican mother, who naturally found himself at a cultural intersection growing up in Los Angeles. Today, he is a multimedia reporter for the New York Times where he travels the world asking what it means to belong. Whether it's the albino community in Ghana or black people in Compton redefining cowboy culture (you MUST check out his story on the Compton Cowboys!!!), he uses words, pictures, and film to tell the stories of those who historically have not had a voice. This is a discussion with him on how men can let go of gender stereotypes, and how men can talk to each other about sexism. I hope all my male subscribers check it out.


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