"(in)VISIBLE Designers" w/Natalie Wilson and Derrica Wilson
- November 30, 2022, marked the return of (in)VISIBLE Designers podcast at Stanford's d.School. This podcast returns with Season 2/Episode One featuring a conversation with Natalie Wilson & Derrica Wilson, founders of the Black and Missing Foundation (BAMFI) and co-hosted by Felicia A. Smith, Racial Justice & Social Equity Librarian along with Milan Drake, d.school Community Design Lead and Aleta Hayes, Lecturer in the Stanford University Department of Theater and Performance Studies. BAMFI was featured in a four-part documentary series, by multiple Emmy® winner Geeta Gandbhir and award-winning documentarian, journalist, author and activist Soledad O’Brien. The HBO Max series follows Derrica and Natalie Wilson as they fight an uphill battle to bring awareness to the Black missing persons cases that are marginalized by law enforcement and national media. This community partnership brings different campus groups together, in-person, at the d.school.
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|March 21, 2023; November 30, 2022
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