People typically accept things as they are. When we see a road, a home, a park, a restroom, we don’t wonder why they’re there—or think about why they’re not. This is particularly true when we lack the cultural and historical knowledge of oppression embedded in our lives to ask why. Looking deeper, nearly everything aroundContinue reading “Most things are made, but for whom?”
In an effort to revamp Seattle Neighbors, a project of Sightline that centers the human stories of housing, I took the liberty of using old content to create new downloadable and shareable graphics.