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Growing up, it’s common to hear people tell students to study something they are passionate about in order to do what they love later in life. Students are often told that when one’s job encompasses what one loves, they will never work a day in their life. After attending photographer Latisha (“L” for short) Renee Blount’s presentation, “Making Outdoor Spaces More Inclusive”, it’s safe to say that Blount is someone who has done just that. By combining her love of the outdoors, and her passion for photography, Blount was able to craft a career that enables her to capture the human element in the beauty of an outdoor setting.
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DiMinno, David, "Latisha 'L' Renee Blount presents on her passion for outdoor photography" (2020). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 208.
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