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  1. The State of Black Design is looking for writings and creative works for our first peer-reviewed journal to be published Fall of 2021. We are focused on four areas of Black design; Design Industry, Design Pedagogy, Black Design Organizations, and Design Activism. We are looking for contributions in the form of research papers, position papers, reports, opinion pieces, visual pieces, case studies, or frameworks. The final works will be: Research papers (4000–6000 words) Position papers (4000–6000 words) Reports (4000–6000 words) Opinion Pieces (1000 words) Visual Pieces (with
  2. With all of the turmoil that seems to be going on in the world today, and with politics and morality being conflated when discussing emotionally charged topics, when are designers responsible for the outcomes of their work? Such examples would include gun control, people's rights to their own bodies, immigration, outside influences in politics. Should educators only be teaching methodologies to assess the veracity of the sources? Is it okay for educators to take a stance, as they did in the 1960s?
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