Design may not be the 1st industry you think of when it comes to combating health crises around the world, but design plays a big role.
Design for Change
Black Females In Architecture is a network founded to increase the visibility of Black & Black mixed heritage females in the industry.
These organizations are working to give queer designers a safe space o share their voices and connect with others who identify as LGBTQ+.
DFA is a national network of students, alumni, mentors, and partners focused on using design to make a positive difference.
Malene Barnett, founder of The Black Artists + Designers Guild, and Byron Cordero of Cordero Consulting talk about BADG and the industry.
These organizations want to design for a better world, and they want to give people the resources and support they need to do that, too.
Discover resources that uplift organizations, events, and directories that center Black voices, designers, creatives, and more.
London-based brothers + emerging designers Tom + Will Butterfield launched 19 Chairs to raise funds for Age UK + Resourcing Racial Justice.