moma:

George Nelson’s How to Kill People: A Problem of Design raises questions about design intent in this week’s Design and Violence blog post. 

[George Nelson (American, 1908-1986). Medieval illustration used in the CBS/Camera Three short film How to Kill People: A Problem of Design. 1960. Image courtesy of the George Nelson Foundation/Vitra Design Museum Archives]

micdotcom:

America’s best states for raising black children have virtually no black children

In April, the Annie E. Casey Foundation published a study measuring the best and worst U.S. states for raising black kids. The researchers took 12 statistical metrics, from “babies born at normal birth weight” to “young adults ages 19 to 26 who are in school or working,” and made an index showing the educational, financial and career prospects for the typical black child in that state.
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micdotcom:

America’s best states for raising black children have virtually no black children

In April, the Annie E. Casey Foundation published a study measuring the best and worst U.S. states for raising black kids. The researchers took 12 statistical metrics, from “babies born at normal birth weight” to “young adults ages 19 to 26 who are in school or working,” and made an index showing the educational, financial and career prospects for the typical black child in that state.
The results aren’t pretty | Follow micdotcom

micdotcom:

America’s best states for raising black children have virtually no black children

In April, the Annie E. Casey Foundation published a study measuring the best and worst U.S. states for raising black kids. The researchers took 12 statistical metrics, from “babies born at normal birth weight” to “young adults ages 19 to 26 who are in school or working,” and made an index showing the educational, financial and career prospects for the typical black child in that state.

The results aren’t pretty | Follow micdotcom

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