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As part of the current openIDEO challenge on Women’s safety and empowerment in low-income urban areas, one of the openIDEO community members, inspired by the artist Candy Chang’s work, has invited us to share our thoughts:
“Ladies and gents, boys and girls — To promote and further contribute to this challenge (and in honor of International Women’s Day, March 8), I would love it if you all shared a response to the following prompt.
“I am safest when _______.”
Tweet a photo of you with your answer using #womenssafety—or, if you’re not on Twitter, email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll take care of it.
Even better: Conduct brief interviews in a low-income community near you, using this prompt, and share the photos as instructed above.”
We would like to invite all the NYU students community to join so please as suggested by Karolle: “Tweet a photo of you with your answer using #womenssafety”
The Design Tinkering Club and the Greenhouse Team