University of Oregon’s Design for Spatial Justice podcast S2E5 is out now, with LEVER guests Chandra Robinson and Pamela Kislak

2020 changed the way we communicate and design -  LEVER Principals Chandra Robinson and Pamela Kislak are guests on Season 2, episode 5 of the University of Oregon’s Design for Spatial Justice podcast, joining host Grace Aaraj to unpack 2020’s lasting impacts on how we practice architecture as firms and as individuals.

“The podcast series highlights the School of Architecture and Environment (SAE)’s initiative on Design for Spatial Justice. The fellowship, started by the School of Architecture & Environment leadership, brings together researchers, designers, and activists working at the intersection of gender, race, ethnicity, indigeneity, sexuality, and economic inequality. The fellowship also questions the Euro-Centric North American pedagogy that professional schools of design currently embody, which has, as a result, disproportionately excluded cultural perspectives outside of western, colonial traditions.”

Listen to the full episode here.