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Ekene organized a new Fall public lecture series at MIT titled Black Mobility and Safety in the US Tuesdays at 2 pm starting today with a conversation between Hank Willis Thomas and Hugh Hayden on "Black progress"

Visit the link above to see dates for other guests which include Professor Arline T. Geronimus (U-M), Professor Cooper Owens (UNL), Marcus Franklin (Environmental Advocate), Linda Villarosa (NYT), Tricia Hersey (The Nap Ministry), Dr. Danielle L. Beatty Moody (UMBC), Dr. Ashanté M. Reese (UTA), Professor Elijah Anderson (Yale University), and Topher Sanders (ProPublica). 
Ekene and his lab Poetic Justice at MIT released two new city-specific editions of A Counting for Houston with Contemporary Art Musem of Houston and Omaha with Bemis Center for Contemporary Art

Call 844-959-3197 to add you voice! Visit to watch the video editions. Visit to help transcribe 204 calls in 66 languages including English!
Ekene is featured on NPR Morning Edition
Ekene's conversation with Stephen Burks for Friedman Benda's Design in Dialogue series featured in Design Boom
Poetic Justice accepting applications for freelance a graphic designer, front-end developer, full-stack developer, community manager, social media manager, researcher and strategist as well as funded graduate students/research assistants. Apply here.
Studio Ijeoma
19 Morris Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205-1095