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It’s April, so it’s time once again for our annual audience survey!

We have grown so much over the past year, and we want to learn more about you, our listeners and readers! Give us your honest feedback; it really lets us know what you want, what you don’t want, and how we can make Revision Path better.

Just head on over to and fill out this year’s survey. It takes about 5-10 minutes, and — because this is our fifth anniversary — you will automatically be entered to win a $500 gift card when you’re finished!

Take our 2018 Audience Survey!

This survey will close on midnight ET on April 30, 2018, so don’t delay. You’ll be helping us out a ton, and you’ll be in the running for that gift card! It’s a win-win!

Thank you for your feedback!

When it comes to design across the African diaspora marketers, advertisers, fundraisers, and designers often misunderstand and underestimate the potential of this massive market. Some in the West hear “Africa” and suddenly the image of a suffering “country” that can only be saved by a wealthy White savior come to mind. Add the term “diaspora,” and now the conversation seems complicated.

However, this is not the case for everyone. Some brands have been able to break through stereotypes and build spaces in the digital marketplace to create vibrant online communities using smart design and market positioning to and from the African diaspora. Keep reading to check out these awesome brands!

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With our recent additions on Spotify and iHeartRadio, Revision Path is available now in more places than ever!

And if you’re one of the 20 million people out there with a smart speaker or a voice assistant, then the latest episode of Revision Path is just a single command away! Here’s how.

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Revision Path has been included as part of “Beyond Change: Questioning the Role of Design in Times of Global Transformation”, a research summit taking place March 8-10 in Basel, Switzerland.

Here’s more information about the purpose of the summit.

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