Writer: It's Time For Creatives To Respond Forcefully To Trump

Published: Monday, November 28, 2016 - 3:29pm
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A young Donald Trump supporter takes home a sign from the Trump headquarters in Mesa

Among others, members of the creative class have expressed alarm at how the election of Donald Trump to the White House could affect society, tolerance, acceptance and even humor.

Writer and consultant Tania Katan, CEO of Creative Trespassing, understands those worries. But she also says this is a time for creatives to go very public with their ideas and respond forcefully.

We talked with Katan about those topics, which she addresses in a piece she wrote for Phoenix New Times called "7 Ways Creatives Can Bounce Back in Trump’s America."

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