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Unite: Design for Social Activism

  • 625 West Division Street Chicago, IL, 60610 United States (map)

Design, particularly graphic design, is engaged in many ways when activating social movements. Images, branding, signage, and illustration are employed to shape activism, to make it tangible, and to engage constituencies. Design Museum’s UNITE: Design for Social Activism panel discussion explores how designers create visual identity and spur action in the context of social movements. Hosted by: Design Museum Foundation.