Dina Benbrahim

Dina Benbrahim is a Moroccan multidisciplinary creative, educator, organizer, and researcher who uses an intersectional feminist lens to dissent and investigate design for visibility, civic action, and social justice with minoritized communities to collectively reimagine equitable futures. She has been particularly invested in exploring design histories in North Africa. Among multiple essays she wrote, she is the author of Woven in Oral History: An Incomplete Taxonomy of Amazigh Symbols in the book Centered edited by Kaleena Sales, and A Biased Typographical Collection of Tangier in the book Our Morocco edited by Lucas Peters.

She is the founder and director of Hello Departures, an ever-evolving experimental program at the intersection of design pedagogy, strategy, and community that provokes uplifting transformative possibilities. In addition, she serves as a Docent for the Letterform Archive.