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BLACK
LIVES
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As designers committed to decolonizing our practices, we feel that it is important for us to help amplify Black voices that have historically been underrepresented within our discipline. We are using this site as a public platform in support of Black Lives Matter within our communities and beyond. We ask that you take some time alongside looking at our work, to explore these collected resources.

FOR DESIGNERS:

Dear white & non-Black POC designers
Where are the Black designers?
Decolonial Teaching in Action

FOR EVERYONE:

Anti-Racist Resource Guide: Become a better ally
A Radical Library (incl. books, texts, podcasts, & articles)
How to talk to people who disagree
How to support Black artists

This series of posters, “When your kids ask you where do I come from and you said... ” humorously uses Q&A style conversations to depict the avoidance attitude of sexual education from the parents. They intend to remind that it's incorrect to respond this way on such topic.
The goal of this message wall is to have audiences to open-up and share their opinion about sex-ed experience by writing personal stories on sticky notes and stick them on the said message wall. By doing so, the project would start a conversation about this topic.
The "Condom Package Story" intends to share stories of young adults' experience on whether they learned sex-ed from their parents. It is a reflection on such demographic's desire for sex-ed and parents' participation. Moreover, the project is to encourage young parents to open-up on the topic.
The Pamphlets is a take away with simple tutorials on how parents can communicate with their children about sexual education. Moreover, it is a platform that provides resources that parents can reach out for more related information on such topic.
GradEx Mockup
The "Apple" video is an ironic and exaggerated point of view of some parents' reactions toward sexual education. The goal is to inspire parents to rethink what's sexual education and what's a better way of letting their children perceived it.