Bryan Lee talks about "design justice" - the idea that race, culture, and architecture are inherently connected in a way that links art to racial equity and design to cultural space.

As the fight over Confederate monuments turns deadly, New Orleans-based designer Bryan C. Lee Jr. has been working to bring artists and historians together to create new symbols across the city that are inclusive of all people though his firm Colloqate Design.

Focusing on the intersection of theory and practice, Bryan Lee, Jr., Michael Ford, and Zack Greenburg explore hip hop as a revolutionary approach to understanding, conceiving, and generating architecture for a just city.

Design Justice advocates for the dismantling of privilege and power structures that use architecture and planning to create systems of injustice throughout the built environment.

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