Angelica Mckinley
ANGELICA MCKINLEY
 Video was an integral part of this project, so I worked heavily with the team to construct the tone for such a sensitive subject. We thought it best to pair the video with a callout to readers asking for their experience with these objects.

Confronting Racist Objects

The Race/Related newsletter of The New York Times wanted to explore racist objects in America today. The project consisted of visual direction for videos, a reader callout and a full interactive with Times reporting and reader submissions.

 Video was an integral part of this project, so I worked heavily with the team to construct the tone for such a sensitive subject. We thought it best to pair the video with a callout to readers asking for their experience with these objects.

Video was an integral part of this project, so I worked heavily with the team to construct the tone for such a sensitive subject. We thought it best to pair the video with a callout to readers asking for their experience with these objects.

 We received a number of great responses from our readers so I worked with the editors to figure out the best follow-up format. We decided to pair reported interviews with reader submitted photos and stories into one project.

We received a number of great responses from our readers so I worked with the editors to figure out the best follow-up format. We decided to pair reported interviews with reader submitted photos and stories into one project.

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 To create a unified look for reader submitted photos, I designed a neutral background and placed the silhouetted objects on it with shadows for depth.

To create a unified look for reader submitted photos, I designed a neutral background and placed the silhouetted objects on it with shadows for depth.

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