Let's Do Better: The art collective telling Black stories through creative product

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The non-profit group collaborates with Soho Home on a bookend set to help raise awareness of the Black experience in America

By Cam Hicks

When members David Rasool Robinson, Adrian King Carter and Dustin Lewis came together to start their organisation, Let’s Do Better, they had one goal: to help end racism against Black people in America by creating empathy through creative storytelling products.
Over the past year, they’ve set out on multiple journeys to create much-needed projects that give back to those who are not just committed to change, but also enact it.
We wanted to learn more about what Let’s Do Better does and how those engaged in lasting change can continue their actions from the past year, so we asked Hugo Mendoza to sit down with the team to hear their story.
In addition to sharing our platform with them, Soho Home worked with Let’s Do Better on restocking their recent project with Brooklyn-based interior design incubator Lichen on their ‘Truth Included’ bookend set. All proceeds from sales will be donated to The Carter Center for K-12 Black History Education.

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