A guidebook to the institutional transformation of design theory and practice by restoring the long-excluded cultures of Indigenous, Black, and People of Color communities.
Elizabeth Tunstall's book is at once enlightening, inspiring, and practical, interweaving her lived experiences with extensive research to show what decolonizing design means, how it heals, and how to practice it in our institutions today.
- Author: Elizabeth (Dori) Tunstall
- Illustrator: Ene Agi
- 136 pages