Intro Phia Bennin and Brendan McMullan describe how they came across an experiment from a previous show and decided to try it out themselves. Together, they take us through their experiment, known as a color walk. What is a color… Continue Reading
Intro Content control features are useful for many situations in which people choose to limit or filter what they see online. These features are helpful to those who are victims of PTSD, violent threats, and other negative online experiences. In… Continue Reading
Overview In her article, Suzanne Tick addresses gender inequalities in the workplace and how meshing gender roles have and will continue to impact fashion and design. The Revolution It cannot be denied that, “we are living in a time of… Continue Reading
Overview In Emily Bazelon’s article, “Making Bathrooms More Accommodating,” she addresses the issues that separating bathroom facilities based on sex has for people who are transgender. What’s the big deal? As society continues to battle over accepting transgender individuals as… Continue Reading
Overview In Irina Nersessova’s work, she uses Margaret Morton’s photography of the homeless tunnel dwellers as a reference to analyze the reality of homelessness in New York. She explains the link that people have with their environment, exposes… Continue Reading
Overview When we are asked to think of segregation and discrimination, our minds automatically focus on things like Jim Crow laws, which separated public facilities based on race, or the Grandfather Clause, which prevented African Americans in the 1800s from… Continue Reading
Great summary of the thing. Evidence, evidence.