For this year’s Alternative Spring Break, emerging student activists turned their attention to environmental conservation in the Delaware Water Gap.
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Artist and former Black Panther Party member Emory Douglas shares highlights from more than 50 years of creative resistance.
Designer Yuki Murata MID 02 hopes to make the city she calls home a hub for design-centered problem solving addressing global issues such as nuclear proliferation.
As a summer intern at Speak Up Africa, Julia Steketee 18 FD learned about Senegal and how to use her design skills to help people.
Incoming students who signed up for this year’s Pre-Orientation Service Experience (POSE) learned about the needs of off-campus communities by volunteering at local nonprofits.
Hoping to make a positive impact on the community, videographer Tara Gupta 18 FAV jumped at the opportunity to work with Farm Fresh Rhode Island this summer.
Victims of human trafficking in Louisville, KY are benefiting from life-changing opportunities made possible through an innovative startup called Anchal.
Rising senior Lucy Crelli 17 AP hopes to pursue a career at the intersection of art, design and activism.
Students involved in RISD’s Leadership
and Community Engagement (LACE) program develop valuable skills through
volunteer work with local nonprofits.
In early May members of the RISD and Brown communities came
together to share thoughts at the second annual Critical Design/Critical
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