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Session: What narratives do we carry into the future?

Type: Workshop

Calling all people who dream of better futures.

What narratives do we carry into the future? How do our unintended biases and lived experiences shape the futures we may create?

Using a guided walk in the park activity, this workshop instructs participants to imagine a day in their ideal future. Through group discussion, the participants will examine the inherent biases that exist in their ideal futures and how these are shaped by their experiences and understandings of the present. This workshop encourages radical unity through heightened awareness and self-reflection.

Presenters

Karli Ferriolo (they/them)

Researcher and Futurist

Karli Ferriolo is a human-centered design researcher and APF award-winning futurist. They are interested in exploring the intersections of social justice, social innovation, and strategic foresight to create equitable and sustainable futures.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/FerrioloKarli

Liin Nur (she/her)

Researcher and Futurist

Liin Nur is a human-centered researcher, strategist, and futurist. Her work is focused on decolonizing the tools and methods she has learned to create equitable futures for all.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/luniirn

Jacquie Shaw (they/them)

Researcher and Futurist

Jacquie Shaw is a design anthropologist and strategic futurist whose practice combines design, research, education, and consulting. Their work is grounded in and supports critical explorations of design’s role and use in creating equitable and liberatory futures.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/JacquieShawMDES