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In this paper I highlight the role of design and deformance in the production of literary history. While recent scholarship (Dunne and Raby 2013; Sterling 2009) has focused on the importance of speculation and conjecture for talking about the future, hardly any work has attended to asking “what if?” of the past to prototyping or experimenting with history, if you will. I then conclude with some of the benefits (including pedagogical benefits) of manipulating, altering, or deforming primary source materials to learn more about their forensic, cultural, and aesthetic features.
More recently, the Just Energy Foundation partnered with Hands On Atlanta (HOA) in January to build a sustainable garden and outdoor learning space at Roberts Elementary School in Suwanee, Georgia. Complete with garden beds, benches, and chalkboard, teachers and students worked side by side to build the new, outdoor space to be utilized by the school community for years to come. Dedicated to social action, the Foundation was eager to join HOA’s Martin Luther King Day of Service to acknowledge the important role and responsibility of companies to get involved and help make a positive and lasting difference in the community.
Like I said all along, this is a great responsibility. The nostalgia has worn off. We have to do something with the opportunity. So there we were, doing all these 400s and 200s and 100s, and as much as their lungs were burning, they walked away feeling strong, victorious and best of all excited for next week track edition of Badass Bootcamp. My job was done. They had smoked the track, discovered the awesomeness that is a good track workout.
This week, however, Nike finally tossed that disingenuous defense like a worn out pair of Air Jordans. Under pressure from fair labor groups, the Oregon based company announced on Monday an agreement with one of Honduras’ largest trade unions to create a $1.54 million “workers relief fund” for the factory employees laid off in 2009. Under the deal, Nike says it will work with its suppliers in Honduras to get still unemployed workers vocational training and hiring priorities as jobs open up.