"Creativity is not something that can be packaged and sold at $500 a course to the willing wealthy few. It's something that belongs to all of us. It can be used for the collective good—once we accept that the act of creating doesn't occur in some neutral separate space, and that the creative industry we have invented is complicit in the horrors of our age."
"We also uncritically accept the notion that this value, like so many others, is bestowed upon the talented (wealthy, white) few. What does it mean to take faceless tech companies, complicit in the destruction of public goods and services, fair wages, neighborhoods, and design them to look friendly and simple?"