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Tu y yo: A thought on collective leadership

Seeing each other so we can see forward.

These chairs are well known in Yucatán, Mexico. This shot was taken in Mérida, where I have been for the past several months of the pandemic.

They are known by a few different names, but the one I like best is sillas tu y yo. Or, me and you chairs. They were also popular in 19th century France…




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