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Is Your Neighborhood Getting Too Expensive?

What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

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What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

Parents' Rights During COVID-19

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Parents' Rights During COVID-19

Record It. Report It!

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Record It. Report It!

TGNC-NYC

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Tenants' Rights to Repairs

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Tenants' Rights to Repairs

Meet the jury for the 2022 CUP Fellowship for Change in Design!

Meet the jury for the 2022 CUP Fellowship for Change in Design!

We pulled together an all-star group of jurors to help us select our next CUP Fellow for Change in Design! This year we are joined by: Jerome Harris, Annika Izora, and Marisa Hetzler (clockwise from top left).

Jerome Harris is an independent graphic designer, art director, educator, and curator. He holds an MFA in graphic design from Yale University and a BA from Temple University. He has curated and continues to organize iterations of As, Not For, an exhibition that celebrates a selection of twentieth-century Black graphic designers. The show has been exhibited 20 times around the country and internationally. Outside of design you can catch Harris on Playstation 5, Nintendo Switch, or on the ones and twos as DJ Glen Coco.

Annika Izora (they/she/he) is an artist, art director and designer now working out of Brooklyn, New York. They are the Head of Design across product and brand at Somewhere Good, a to-be-released social media app reimagining intimate conversations. They are also the founder of Black Creative Ecosystems, a digital garden and archive dedicated to celebrating Black collectives dedicated to art and imagination. Their work has been featured by AIGA Eye on Design, It’s Nice That, Vogue, the Creative Independent, and others.

Marisa Hetzler (she/her) is CUP’s 2021 Fellow for Change in Design. She is a recent graduate from the Fashion Institute of Technology’s graphic design program. (She’s also a sagittarius, serial outfit repeater, Adventure Time fan, and candy wrapper collector). Outside of her school and freelance work, she also served as Creative Director at the Collegiate Association for Artists of Color. She loves how graphic design allows her to research complex topics like race, mental health and identity. Projects she enjoys the most are ones that allow her to learn a little more about the world, herself, and how we all interact with one another.

Learn more about the call and how to apply here!

Es Tu Dinero, Decides Tú

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Es Tu Dinero, Decides Tú

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Your School, Your Choice!

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Figuring Out Health Insurance

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Don't Bank On It

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