Designing Equity Interviews – Next City

Community Engaged Design in America

Designing Equity Interviews

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In this 5-minute video, you’ll hear from leaders of the community engaged design field as they share deep insights about what community engaged design means to them, the value of design in social justice work, and their vision for the future of the field. The video is comprised of excerpts from interviews with participants at the designingEQUITY convening in Spring of 2016. The day-long discussion, co-hosted by the Surdna Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts, brought designers, activists, academics, philanthropists, and government representatives together to reflect on community engaged design, learn from case studies, and brainstorm strategies for advancing the field.

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Organizations Referenced

Arts Council of New Orleans, BC Workshop, Community Voices Heard, Designing Justice Designing Spaces, Indigenous Design and Planning Institute at University of New Mexico, National Endowment for the Arts, New York Foundation, Planning & Development Department of the City of Detroit, Sankofa Research Institute, Surdna Foundation, Tiny WPA

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