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Justine Allenette Ross on black utopias, black trauma, and the power of visual language

Her most recent work, The Negro Series, is her reaction to black trauma without depicting it. So far, it comes in three parts: ‘Brunching Negros’, ‘Negros in Nature’ and ‘Negros at Home Minding Their Business’.

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Taste: My Low-key Manifesto About Race and Class in the Design World

With musings on other things, and how bad design is good sometimes.

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She brought diverse skin tones emoji to the iPhone. Now she’s suing Apple.

Katrina Parrott, a Black mother in Texas, created an iPhone app so her daughter could express herself. But after helping Apple, she claims, the company left her high and dry.

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