In one of the most inspiring moments from season 1, Jacqueline supports Mia, a performance artist whose work expresses the weight that victims of rape carry. As Jane, Sutton and Kat look on, Jacqueline takes the weights from Mia, revealing that she too is a victim. This scene is made even more powerful by MILCK's song "Quiet." Watch the videos below to see MILCK talk about the show, her music and the important issues facing women in today's society.
Your song "Quiet" is in such an impactful scene in The Bold Type. Can you tell us more about how this came to fruition?
What was your songwriting process for "Quiet"?
Are there any women in particular who have inspired you and your songwriting -- particularly with "Quiet"?
Can you tell us more about your involvement with the Joyful Heart Foundation and what it means to you?
The Bold Type features many issues that are relevant to young women today. Which have resonated with you most?
What moment from the show inspired you?
What are some of the biggest problems women are facing today? How does this song address that?
What advice would you give to young women today?
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