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Nadia Wolff is a Haitian-American maker, designer, and word-sayer from Miami, Florida who resonates a lot with that children’s story of the black girl whose skin changed color because she refused to eat her lima beans. They are a 2016 U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts, and 2016 YoungArts alumnus in Visual Arts and Design Arts. They received a Gold Key for Writing Portfolio from the 2016 Miami-Dade Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and were a 2016 Gold Miami-Dade NAACP ACT-SO winner in Performance Poetry and Painting. Currently, they are studying at Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design’s dual degree program. You can follow their work at @naandiart on Instagram.

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