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Making progress . . .

The Artdog Image of Interest

Have we made progress? Some. Could we improve more? Undoubtedly.

How has life changed for black Americans?

From Visually.

In matters of equity and social justice, no picture is ever static, and progress is always relative. This infographic was created in 2014, so the data is already 5 years old or older. But this is a moderately recent snapshot of where we stand. 

I normally celebrate February as “Social Justice February” in a nod to Black History Month. But remember that--as with feminism–greater social justice makes the world a better place for ALL of us. 

IMAGE: Many thanks to Visually and the team of Noureen Saira, designer, and Elliott Smith, writer, via University of Phoenix, for this infographic “snapshot.”

Challenging absurd distinctions

The Artdog Quote of the Week

IMAGE: I put this quote-image together with some help from Julie Kim of Red Rocket Creative Strategies (for the background photo–see also the excellent article that goes with the image!) and Robert Webb, without whose quote this thought would not be complete! Thank you both!

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