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Black Lives Matter is Not a Design Challenge.

Tweet by Amelie Lamont. May 31, 2020. @amelielamont
Thank you, Amélie, for a thread that so concisely and incisively conveys the issue.

If you’ve come here to be fragile, please check that at the door, or leave.

If you’ve come here to listen and learn like you vowed you would, welcome. Thank you for following through and making time and mental space for this.

As an Afro-Latinx designer, I follow a lot of other designers, artists, illustrators, calligraphers, and agencies on Instagram. It helps…




Design Toast observes timely and intricate issues, examines design history, and uplifts the new generation of designers–with a focus on the local community of Los Angeles.

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