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Designs on Democracy, Part One
Designs on Democracy, a conference on design, advertising, public relations and marketing for social change, took place at the University of California, Berkeley from March 26 to March 28. It was put together by the The Ruckus Society, Change the Game, Tumi's Design and The Design Action Collective. There were eight core organizers and forty volunteers. Three hundred and fifty attended.
This story, in two parts, offers photographs and interviews with eight individuals who presented at the Designs on Democracy conference. Part one, below, features George Lakoff, of the Rockridge Institute, Thea Hillman of Underground Advertising, William Etundi of Counter-Convention.org and Art McGee of Virtual Identity and the Online Policy Institute. The names of the workshops where the people interviewed did their presentations are shown above the photos.