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Emily Bazelon: Accommodating Bathrooms for Everyone

In Emily Bazelon’s article “Making Bathrooms More ‘Accommodating,’” she argues that the segregation in the interior design and setup of bathrooms are unfair and not accommodating to transgender people because of the way people have marked bathrooms either as men… Continue Reading →

Suzanne Tick: The Tale of Many Genders

In “His & Hers: Designing for a Post-Gender Society,” Suzanne Tick argues that by creating a more accessible and inclusive environment, human beings who identify differently will feel more accepted and welcomed to embrace their own individuality. Today, “we are… Continue Reading →

Jenny Rice: Lean In and Inquire

In Jenny Rice’s article, “Inquiry as Social Action,” she argues  that once   students  develop the deep skill of inquiry, they will be able to create connections between different pieces of our society and start to create positive change that will… Continue Reading →

Sarah Schindler: Segregation through the Design of the Built Environment

In Sarah Schindler’s article, “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation through Physical Design of the Built Environment,” she discusses that the damage through architectural design has caused exclusion and segregation for certain people. Schindler writes  that the negative effects of different… Continue Reading →

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