Imagined Futures with Ty Fujimura

Who is Ty Fujimura and what is most important for people to know about you? I don’t think it’s important for people to know about me specifically, but I do think I have a perspective on life and work that people may benefit from hearing. I take the art of living very seriously. I think this is a good thing, so long as one doesn’t overdo it, as I am…
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Imagined Futures with Mary Jo Madda

Describe your ideal Imagined future in 10 years in 3 words. I can tell you right now — it’s all words that start with the letter “E.” Equity. Empathy. Ethics. Elaborate on an ideal future that you imagine. Whether this takes ten years or more than fifty years to get to, I want to see a world where people recognize that the “meritocracy” concept is a myth. I hope that…
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Imagined Futures with Sascha Mombartz

Who is Sascha Mombartz and what is most important for people to know about you? Sascha Mombartz is someone who lives in New York. My dad is German and my mom’s from Malta. My dad worked for the German Foreign Service, so I grew up all over the place. When people ask me where I’m from, I don’t really say I’m German. I feel like identity or where I am…
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Futures for All: How Futurism can help Define the Next Decade

This article was co-written with Travis Kupp When people discuss the future, they often have many ideas and perspectives that inform their vision of what it will be. Futurism is a field of study that brings various methodologies and practices to exploring and imagining the future in a structured and disciplined fashion. The field has evolved significantly since its inception over half a century ago, when it began as a…
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Imagined Futures with Benjamin Tirone Nunes

Who is Benjamin Tirone Nunes? The question of who I am has been influenced by the places and people that I came into the world around. I am a culturally diverse person. I grew a mix of cultures those being Portuguese, English, German and Italian. I grew up in Portugal going to a german school and then speaking english at home. I was influenced by Italian food through my mother,…
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