Content is Subject to Change by Maurice Cherry
About this video
The Internet has revolutionized nearly every part of modern society, and has allowed everyone to contribute in some form to the general public record. But that public record is also deteriorating at a rapid rate. What happens when history can no longer be easily accessed. Or worse, when history can be changed, restricted or completely erased? There may be a solution to this, but first, we need to become more aware of the problem.
About Maurice Cherry
Maurice is the principal and creative director at Lunch, an award-winning multidisciplinary creative studio he established in 2008. Although he is perhaps most well-known for his award-winning podcast Revision Path™, which showcases Black designers, developers and digital creators from all over the world. It is the first podcast to be added to the permanent collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). Other projects of Maurice include the Black Weblog Awards, 28 Days of the Web, The Year of Tea and the design anthology RECOGNIZE. Maurice is the 2018 recipient of the Steven Heller Prize for Cultural Commentary from AIGA, was named as one of GDUSA ;People to Watch in 2018, and was included in the 2018 edition of The Root 100, their annual list of the most influential African-Americans ages 25 to 45.