Honored and humbled to design a historic document for Georgetown University: The Report of the Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation. The 120-page book outlines Georgetown's difficult and recently publicized history with slavery, and details a comprehensive set of recommendations to the President of the University to account for and redress Georgetown's past relationship.
The Report's understated yet dignified design reflects the serious nature of the book's subject. The cover flap is embossed with the report title and University seal on a deep blue. Copies of the book were made available to the public, and mailed to all of the living descendants of the 1830 Georgetown slave sale.
The New York Times featured a home page article about the report's release.