Approaching Everyday Racism through Fiction in Co-Creation Workshops

Everyday racism is entwined in the technology that we design, yet we have few tools and techniques to engage participants in solutioning. Participatory Design is an ideal method for bringing people from marginalized positions into the design process. It is a powerful way to imagine solutions with those directly involved in a challenge, but for sensitive topics, like…

Design → AntiRacism → Design | pursuing a PhD in #TransitionDesign @CarnegieMellonDesign

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Hillary Carey

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Design → AntiRacism → Design | pursuing a PhD in #TransitionDesign @CarnegieMellonDesign

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