Ifeoma Ebo: Black Spaces Matter, 2021

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NYCxDESIGN's second An Ode to NYC poster campaign prompted designers to consider "Our Future City." These posters are featured in a city-wide exhibit and are available for sale exclusively at Poster House. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Silicon Harlem, a local organization committed to promoting digital equity across the five boroughs.

Black Spaces Matter by Ifeoma Ebo, Principal of Creative Urban Alchemy and founding member of the BlackSpace Urbanist Collective. From the designer: "Black spaces were historically born out of the need to create safe places of refuge for Black people. We are living in an era where Black spaces are under attack socially, economically and culturally. Gentrification, in particular, is one urban force that is systematically erasing cherished Black assets, displacing honored Black leaders and wiping out Black culture - all critical adhesives to the tapestry of Black neighborhoods. Today and for our future city Black spaces will continue to be necessary social infrastructure for the cultural, social and economic development of Black communities."

Printed on an HP 6-Color Latex Ink machine on HP Semi-Matte 9-Mil Premium Poster Paper. Measures 24 x 18 inches, individually cut by hand. Ships rolled.

We apologize but this poster is not eligible for promotional discounts due to an agreement with NYCxDESIGN.

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