Camila Meza on Women’s Role in Jazz

"It's time to wake up."

“It’s time to wake up” about the inequality women artists face, she says. As a woman, “you have to do twice as better…You have to trust yourself, you have to get over the ‘I’m not good enough’ thing” — to push past doubts that, for example, the virtuosity of a woman guitarist such as herself could match that of a man.

Watch the full episode below, hosted by Darah Golub and Jessie Katz.

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