This month marks the anniversary of the Umbra exhibition that was crafted, illustrated, and curated by our Creative Director, Terresa Moses. This month, we’re using our platform to reintroduce the show to the public.
Seen is a zine was created to challenge Black people and those interested in supporting Black liberation to think about a future free of racialized violence.
We had the opportunity to work with the Minnesota Historical Society on their new initiative Black History | Black Voices which seeks to deepen understanding of Black history and the contributions Black Americans have made to Minnesota.
Hey folks, We’re sharing this message to let you all know that we’ll be organizing, creating, and connecting from a new home: St. Paul. We will no longer be Duluthians at the end August. What does this mean? Unfortunately, we won’t get to move through Duluth in the ways we have for the last 3 […]
For the Freedom of Black Lives Each year, we’ve contributed to Juneteenth celebrations with our work to help amplify the message of freedom for those whose ancestors were in enslaved. This year we celebrated Juneteenth by contributing to the organizing, fundraising, and branding of a march for Juneteenth and George Floyd. The march events […]
APRÈS is a zine we created to honor Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson, and Isaac McGhie. However, as we were crafting the zine, the police murdered George Floyd. We were devastated. This murder followed the murders of Ahmaud and Breonna. We were overwhelmed and trying to figure out how to act while processing the pain and constant struggle of being Black in this environment.
Be Equal, Safe, & Trustworthy We worked with Men As Peacemakers (MAP) to brand and design their curriculum guide for their BEST (Be Equal Safe & Trustworthy) party model. The BEST curriculum is a party-themed sexual violence prevention strategy designed to equip students with the analysis, relationships, and skills necessary to shape campus environments they […]
Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial, Inc. We’re currently working with the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial, Inc. board to use design to help promote their mission to foster racial justice and promote healing and reconciliation in our community. In 2018, we re-branded the organization with a new logo and website. Since then, we’ve branded their 2020 100-year […]
This year, we were fortunate enough to work with the Duluth NAACP to brand the MLK Tribute Events. For the last 2 years we have worked with the organization to select themes based off of the writings, speeches, and teaching of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
This year’s theme comes from an article by Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., submitted for publication in March 1958. In the full title, “The Current Crisis in Race Relations…
We had the opportunity to work with The Hills Youth and Family Services – a trauma-informed organization providing programming for at-risk youth and their families.