Designing Equitable Futures

Designing Equitable Futures

On this week’s Possibility Project: More and more critiques and conversations are capturing the elements of design that reinforce white supremacist, white dominant, ableist, and cis-heterogeneous norms. The future of our work as changemakers rests on how we reimagine, elevate, and co-create disruptively. So, let’s get into the nitty gritty of addressing how we might use speculative and disruptive design as tools to imagine and create possible futures, all centered around equity.

These fantastic changemakers will lead us in this session:

  • Katie Krummeck is an educational designer and an international thought leader in leveraging the power of design to drive change in the K-12 system.
  • Christopher Rudd is an Instructor and Head of Community-led Design for the Chicago Design Lab at the Illinois Institute of Technology-Institute of Design (ID) where his work focuses on co-designing with community stakeholders.

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