This excerpt from the roundtable discussion doesn't start with a question; instead, design professor Hector Silva discusses how, visually and sartorially speaking, he doesn't look like a professor to the general public. He then tells the story of getting pulled over--with a backseat full of certain objects that the police misconstrued.
Designer Spencer Nugent sounds off on racial casting, sense of place, and the periodic and vile comments that pop up when he's livestreaming his educational drawing tutorials. These are the stories and situations that the rest of us need to learn about, and I hope you will share these videos far and wide.
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Watch the full video "Black Designers on Race and Design" in 9 parts: