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This week, we talk about weaponizing hashtags, co-opting social media movements, and solving hard problems in product design. Spoiler: hard problems are hard. This, plus The Sidebar, some follow up, and cool things as always.
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In this week's Sidebar, we talk about weaponizing hashtags, co-opting social media movements, and solving hard problems in product design.
- Black Lives Matter
- NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund
- Equal Justice Initiative
- We the Protesters
- Reclaim the Block
- George Floyd Memorial Fund
- Campaign Zero
- Stand Against Racial Injustice
- Minnesota Freedom Fund
- An Antiracist Reading List
- What Martin Luther King Jr. Would Have Said
- Trevor Noah on George Floyd and the Protests + part 2
- How to Make This Moment the Turning Point for Real Change
- A thread on design history
- Cross-cultural Design
- Mismatch - How Inclusion Shapes Design
- Algorithms of Oppression
- How to be Antiracist
- So You Want to Talk About Race
- Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom
- The Culture Map
- Black Designers: Missing in Action
- Trump was fact checked
- Twitter Finally Fact-Checked Trump. It’s a Bit of a Mess
- This reminded us of the Streisand Effect
- The Illusory Truth Effect is "the tendency to believe false information to be correct after repeated exposure."
- Hindsight Bias "refers to the common tendency for people to perceive events that have already occurred as having been more predictable than they actually were before the events took place."
- Brian shared Revision Path, a weekly podcast interviewing black creators. If you need more podcasts for your ears, check it out!
- Marshall shared Jacob Collier, a musical genius with some truly unbelievable talents. Dig in, friends.
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