I am looking forward to this one coming up on Tuesday. The festival is still working on their web site but I was told that the full program will be published today (Sunday, Colombian time). I think that Arturo is perhaps the most relevant voice in Design today. If you would like us to consider a particular question that you might have in our session, you are welcome to post your question here. Check this link for more info: http://memefest.org/en/memeblog/2020/06/oliver-vodeb-and-arturo-escobar-in-dialogue/
Here are all the papers from the Participatory Design conference at the Festival de la Imagen, Manizales. Vol 2
Just came across this impressive Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Radical resource list. It is massive and looks excelent for the bit I could check out. In case you are interested: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13Liu5aTBEdqqqntfOyAgK9IH5sfMwM4ZE1wlSE5IJUw/edit
Here is a new conversation with Eric Jackson from Black Yeld Institute- Memefest’s friends and collaborators with whom we worked in Baltimore on food apparthied: https://revistaperiferias.org/en/materia/black-self-determination-drawn-from-our-roots/
Very sad news, David Graeber died. He was influential to our work too, our 2012 edition of Memefest on Debt was directly influenced by his work on the topic and this beautiful book that came our later is a direct reflection on this intellectual relation too: http://www.memefest.org/en/indebtedtointervene/ Here is a post on Graeber including a video he published talking about his latest projects just few days ago. It is really sad to loose somebody like him. https://heavy.com/news/2020/09/david-graeber/
Here is the amazing Cherry Hill Food Coop in Baltimore. Memefest was in Baltimore last year and worked with Black Yield Institute on countering Food Apartheid and design support for the food coop was one of the works we did.