Design is an Act of Liberation

So why are we using it to forge the chains of our own oppression?

Watching the many protests of the past few years — Black Lives Matter, the Women’s March, March for Our Lives — I’m struck by the depth of design embedded throughout these phenomena. At its core, the act of protest requires the capacity to imagine that change is possible, that we are the architects of change, that collective action is possible and that liberation is essential to our conception of what it means to be human. . . read more