How Traditional Design Thinking Protects White Supremacy [5th encore]

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White supremacy and its values have been constructed into our societal structures and norms - including those found in design.

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"Systems produce what they were designed to produce." (National Equity Project). White supremacy and its values have been historically constructed into the social, political, and economic landscape of the world, seeping into professional norms and standards - including those found in design, design thinking, and other forms of creative problem solving.

This 90-minute interactive webinar will dive deeper into defining white supremacy and how it shows up beyond overt acts of hatred, explore how white supremacy is upheld in the ideologies and practices of “traditional” design thinking, and examine how we might shift design mindsets to more equitable, diverse, and inclusive practice.

NOTE: this session will feature the same agenda + content as the original June 18 session, and has been added to meet demand. Also, the session will be recorded and made available to all registrants for a limited time.

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