CQ Brown, Jr.: I would say for many minorities it’s, it’s something we deal with all the time. You learn how to adapt as you go back and forth. But, you know, the thing is you’re always being judged, and that’s the part that I think sometimes you got to get used to, the fact that you’re being judged because you’re the only one in the room, whether it’s African American or any other race or gender if you’re the only one in the room then sometimes you may represent, you know, that entire demographic to the majority that’s in the room. You feel the extra pressure to perform because you may be the first and only that has the opportunity, and what you don’t want to do is actually, you know, damage the opportunity for someone else that comes behind you. Because you’re trying to do – In some cases, when you’re in those rooms, you’re the one that’s going to break the barrier and open the door. You want to bust the door open to make sure that there’s others that have the opportunity to come after you. You don’t want to actually have that door shut because of some stereotypical assumption that’s placed on you as an individual or the demographic that you represent.