News & Media
â€œWeâ€™re rogues giving to rogues. Itâ€™s misfit money for the weird and wonderful.”Â Lee-Sean recentlyÂ talked to the New York TimesÂ about our work with theÂ Awesome Foundation. We give out $1000 grants every month to awesome projects.
Learning Rwandan: Ten key words for understanding Rwanda today.Â Lee-Sean reflects on his recent trip back to Rwanda to continue working with UX for Good and the Kigali Genocide Memorial.
David Colby is doing research around “Financial Citizenshipâ€ and wealth-building in minority communities.Â Contact usÂ to learn more and to get involved.
Join Lee-Sean for his movement workshop,Â Kinesthetic Conversations in Crowded Spaces, on Governorâ€™s Island NYC this Saturday, August 8. The workshop is part ofÂ Sextant Worksâ€™ Summer Placemaking LabÂ and is free and open to the public. Update (8/12/2015): view documentation from the workshop here.
Lee-Sean will be offering his Be Social Change workshop onTransformative StorytellingÂ again onÂ August 24Â andÂ September 21Â in New York City. Use coupon code Huang25 for 25% off. We also have a limited number of need-based full scholarships available. Please get in touch to learn more.
Building Networks for Good
Clever Buildings Whose Architects Refused to Cut Down Local Trees
Awesome examples ofÂ Community-Centered Design, architecture in dialog with the wider ecosystem and community of species
Cecil the Lion and the American Dentist