Design professor Hector Silva asks a viewer question: "Should we strive to be great black/Hispanic/Asian/etc. designers, or just great designers overall?"
Designers Spencer Nugent, Jasmine Kent and Kevin Bethune talk about the impossibility of disentanglement, what makes you unique, defining design for yourself, how to represent your full reality, retaining lifelong curiosity--and experimenting against it, business imperatives of our new future, and more.
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Part 1: Black Industrial Designers Talk About Race and Design Part 2: "Do You Feel There is Diversity in Design?" Part 3: "At Design School, Did You Ever Raise the Subject of Diversity?" Part 4: Is It Hard for Minorities to Consider Design as a Career Option? Part 5: "How Do You Deal With Discrimination in the Workplace?" Part 6: Racial Casting and a Backseat Full of "Weapons" Part 7: "Is Getting Political Bad for Business?" Part 8: "Should We Strive to Be Great Black Designers, or Great Designers Overall?" Part 9: What Can Non-POC Do to Help?
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