Salon Series 39: Call and Response: Histories of Designing Protest

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Protesters through time have used typography to strike through myriad forms of oppression. Their urgent, often handmade signs, placards, and banners put bigots on notice that their hate has been marked for correction. Charting the histories of this material is also an artform itself. The speakers in this panel will share their research and curatorial practices on the history of protest movements across North America and the Caribbean.