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Exhibition Presents Design as a Force for Social Change

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The Museum of Design Atlanta showcases innovative solutions to common 21st-century problems.
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  Volunteers for Mad Housers Inc. build an enclosure out of wood and corrugated metal. The Atlanta-based nonprofit build modest structures for homeless people with a goal of giving them a sense of security, privacy, and dignity. Photo courtesy of Mad Housers Inc.

    Volunteers for Mad Housers Inc. build an enclosure out of wood and corrugated metal. The Atlanta-based nonprofit build modest structures for homeless people with a goal of giving them a sense of security, privacy, and dignity. Photo courtesy of Mad Housers Inc.

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  Volunteers at work on another Mad Housers project. Photo courtesy of Mad Housers Inc.

    Volunteers at work on another Mad Housers project. Photo courtesy of Mad Housers Inc.

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  A completed Mad Housers structure. Photo courtesy of Mad Housers Inc.

    A completed Mad Housers structure. Photo courtesy of Mad Housers Inc.

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  Plywood People's Billboard Bags are made from upcycled billboard materials and coffee bags by refugees who fled conflict-plagued countries for Clarkston, Georgia. Workers receive job training, English lessons, and income through the project. Photo courtesy of Plywood People.

    Plywood People's Billboard Bags are made from upcycled billboard materials and coffee bags by refugees who fled conflict-plagued countries for Clarkston, Georgia. Workers receive job training, English lessons, and income through the project. Photo courtesy of Plywood People.

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  A participant in Plywood People's Billboar Bags project at work. Photo by Morgan Blake.

    A participant in Plywood People's Billboar Bags project at work. Photo by Morgan Blake.

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