Social Design Insights is a podcast sponsored by the Curry Stone Foundation and hosted by yours truly. Every week I try and tackle the toughest questions facing the social design movement. Over the last twenty years, the social design movement has evolved from a fringe practice to the heart of the design community. What's next? Can we continue to make the world more just, more habitable, and more beautiful?
To help us unravel all this stuff, each week I invite the world's leading social design minds and ask them about their successes, their failures, and how they see the future unfolding.
On this page you'll find some of my favorite episodes. For the full spectrum of the conversations we've been having, please visit Social Design Insights. New Episodes most Thursdays!
On this episode, I had a chance to speak with Jerome Harris about his new exhibit, As, Not For: Dethroning our Absolutes. Harris has been researching and chronicling the omission of African American graphic designers since he was a student at Yale, and created the exhibit to bring attention to the fact that the contributions of many African American designers are chronically omitted when talking about the history of graphic design. Have a listen here and then go see the exhibit.