Suggested Use of Language – LA’s Skid Row Neighborhood

This post, first created in March of 2016, has since been edited a number of times. For years it was pinned at the top of “Community Artivism, a creative perspective from LA’s Skid Row neighborhood,” the precursor to doodles without borders. The below guide was first created at the height of Skid Row Design Collective’s active work, and was framed as a beginning of a conversation around the “intersection of arts, social justice, and community improvement without displacement,” focusing on the role of arts, cultural, and social spaces in this conversation. I have since been introduced to a variety of … Continue reading Suggested Use of Language – LA’s Skid Row Neighborhood