Black Power by Terresa Moses

Day 28 — Poster posted on February 27, 2024

Terresa Moses

Pronouns: she/her
Located: Minneapolis, MN

Tell us about yourself:

Terresa Moses is a proud Black queer woman dedicated to the liberation of Black and brown people through art and design. She uses creativity as tools of community activism like her solo exhibition, Umbra, and her community distro project, Stop Killing Black People. She created Project Naptural and co-created Racism Untaught. She has published two books, Racism Untaught and An Anthology of Blackness.

Moses is the Creative Director at Blackbird Revolt and an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design and the Director of Design Justice at the University of Minnesota. She is currently a PhD candidate in Social Justice Education at the University of Toronto. She serves on the advisory board of the Black Liberation Lab.

What is the inspiration behind your poster design?

Stop Killing Black People lettering was used to create this poster design. It is a rallying cry created with the people and for the people to further unify our movement toward Black liberation.

Why do you love being creative?

Creativity brings me joy as an outlet for healing and counter-storytelling.

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