WATG's Justice for All Task Force
At first glance, this question appears innocent. For example, if a person asks this question, “I need to paint my house; who did this for you?” you would answer without hesitation.
However, when the question challenges a person’s intellectual competence, the same question may take on nefarious qualities. For example, if a person asks this question, “Who did this for you?” it could imply that you couldn’t do it for yourself. It belittles your work.
In this thought-provoking presentation,  WHO DID THIS FOR YOU?, (recorded at WATG’s 2020 Virtual Conference), Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings asks us to question our underlying assumptions about talent, identification, and resource allocation. Most importantly, she asks us to check ourselves, and ask ourselves, “Are we asking the right questions?” 
Our words matter.