Making Good: Diversity and Equality in the Maker Movement


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MAKING GOOD Leah Buechley leahbuechley.com @leahbuechley


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WHAT IS MAKING?


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Cave Painting, Lascaux France photo: Sisse Brimberg ~17,300 years old pics of different kinds of making


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OR


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IS MARVELOUS!


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BUT…


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WHO ARE MAKERS?


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10+ YEARS 45 COVERS 41 PEOPLE MEN & BOYS WOMEN & GIRLS * as of July 2015 85 % 15 %


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10+ YEARS 44 COVERS 41 PEOPLE No black person has ever been on the cover of MAKE magazine. * as of July 2015


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2015 BAY AREA MAKER FAIRE, MAIN STAGE MEN & BOYS WOMEN & GIRLS 73 % 27 %


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2012 STUDY MEN WOMEN 80 % 20 % ! MEDIAN AGE COLLEGE DEGREE POST GRADUATE EDUCATION 44 97 % 80%


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WHO ARE MAKERS (PART 2)?


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MONEY


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2012 STUDY MEDIAN INCOME OF $106,000 ! MORE THAN 82% OF AMERICANS MORE THAN 96% OF AMERICANS


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WHO ARE MAKERS?


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WHO WHAT


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WHAT COUNTS AS MAKING?


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10+ YEARS 45 COVERS PROJECTS ELECTRONICS VEHICLES ROBOTS DRONES ROCKETS MUSIC * as of July 2015 59 % 37 % 29 % 12 % 7% 5 %


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WHY DOES THIS MATTER?


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THINGS CAN BE DIFFERENT!


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THINGS CAN BE DIFFERENT!


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1. THINK CRITICALLY


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You’re not a jerk for thinking critically.


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2. ASK QUESTIONS. LISTEN.


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3. TELL LOTS OF DIFFERENT STORIES.


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Grandmaster Flash


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Seed Pot by Dorothy Torvino Acoma Pueblo


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4. DO LOTS OF DIFFERENT THINGS.


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Margaret Wertheim crochetcoralreef.org earrings


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earrings


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Laser Dresses Hussein Chalayan 2008 spring/summer collection


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video of taped together circuits http:/ /chibitronics.com/


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Karen Wilkinson & Mike Petrich The Tinkering Studio http:/ /tinkering.exploratorium.edu/


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Karen Wilkinson & Mike Petrich The Tinkering Studio http:/ /tinkering.exploratorium.edu/


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Ron Eglash Culturally Situated Design Tools http:/ /csdt.rpi.edu/


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THANK YOU! Leah Buechley leahbuechley.com @leahbuechley


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