The following are editorial corrections that did not make it into the the 1st edition of The Black Experience in Design: Identity, Expression & Reflection
In the second paragraph, the editors state that we are “introducing sixty-five contributors.”
In fact, that number increased to 70.
Image Credit #3:
Akpokplonto is spelled incorrectly in the text
The first paragraph should read, as follows:
Nearly thirty-five years before Frederick Douglass became the first Black man nominated for vice president of the United States (1872), he escaped slavery.
In the second paragraph, Douglass is misspelled.
The designer-author Kgothatso Lephoko’s notes were taken in a class taught by Liz Jackson and Alex Haagaard called Critical Disability. She writes to the editors, “One of the notes on the page says, ‘citation is power,’” and she wants to offer her citation of their work and influence here.
Citation and endnote discrepancy
Beginning on page 431, in “Curating My Way Into Design: A Work In Progress”, the numbers referencing the citations jump from number 8 to 12, ending with citation 16. The endnote accurately represents the numeric order of the citations within the essay as 1-13.