Designing Resistance

Access to Culture: Who Holds the Key?

Lessons from Madrid’s approach to community cultural management
Helena Ramos
By Helena Ramos

“What Do You Think History Is?”
Feminist Findings
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“What Do You Think History Is?”

A brief conversation with Liza Cowan, editor of 1970s lesbian separatist periodical DYKE A Quarterly.
Clara Amante
By Clara Amante
Calling Out Dutch Art Institutions
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Calling Out Dutch Art Institutions

An anonymous Instagram account cries for accountability in the Dutch art and design scene. What happens next?
Tessel ten Zweege
By Tessel ten Zweege
Disrupting Design with Capital “D”
Pedagogies of Freedom
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Disrupting Design with Capital “D”

Designer and educator Ramon Tejada on embracing your own voice, asking uncomfortable questions and making spaces in design education.
Luana de Almeida
By Luana de Almeida
Torn in Two Directions
Feminist Findings
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Torn in Two Directions

The journal making space for Muslim women’s voices during France’s notorious “veil affair.”
Eugénie Zuccarelli
By Eugénie Zuccarelli
Refugees Welcome?
Designing Resistance
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Refugees Welcome?

Challenging structural racism and apathy with illustrative storytelling.
Hayfaa Chalabi
By Hayfaa Chalabi
Oh, Dear Diversity
Complaint Collective
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Oh, Dear Diversity

A poem recalling memories of arrival, confrontations, and healing.
Dorsa Javaherian
By Dorsa Javaherian
Another Aspekt of Feminism
Feminist Findings
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Another Aspekt of Feminism

The 1990s journal that made feminist writing available in Slovakia for the first time.
Barbora Demovičová
By Barbora Demovičová
A Colonial History of the Color Blue
Objects of Interest
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A Colonial History of the Color Blue

Bolting a chain of exploitation, from hardy rocky plants, to deep indigo dyes, and monumental stones.
Luiza Prado de Oliveira Martins
By Luiza Prado de Oliveira Martins
The Courage to Take Space
Feminist Findings
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The Courage to Take Space

What can mapping the 1970s Women’s Movement in Germany tell us about feminism today?
Mio Kojima
By Mio Kojima