PennDesign Black Student Alliance

History

In 2005, the Black Student Alliance was formed by a group of engaged students that desired to devise a mechanism for support and dialogue. The organization's goal is to have students, professionals, and academics examine the nexus between race and practice, recognizing the effects of design on black communities.

Since 2005 we have held an annual Unspoken Borders Conference to discuss various social issues that are relevant to design but are often overlooked in the studio. In addition, we hold Diversity Weekends for Students of Color and which are situated around the Fall and Spring Open Houses at PennDesign.

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