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Let's Collaborate and Design to Better our civic and social communities within St. Louis, the United States, and, ultimately, the world.
Creative Reaction Lab (CRXLAB) is a non-profit social enterprise whose mission is cultivating creative leadership to improve the human experience through immersive challenges.
We are challenging Saint Louis residents and community-focused organizations to use creative problem solving, diversity, and inclusion to create actionable solutions in response to local civil rights issues.
CRXLAB was founded in response to the unrest in Ferguson, MO (August 2014) in the form of a 24-hour lab. Today, we have grown to host numerous immersive experiences focused on design thinking and social innovation throughout the nation. Additionally, we have worked with lab teams to activate their solutions within their communities. Visit Vibe Switch, Cards Against Brutality, and Look Beyond Your Fear to learn more about some of these projects.
Join us in our movement to design better ways to live. Email Antionette D. Carroll, President and CEO, at email@example.com for more information.
Community Reaction Lab: Combating Domestic Violence
Innovation by Design Summit
Design to Better [Our City]
Design to Better [Our City] is a year long civic engagement and creative problem solving initiative aimed at making our city a better place to call home. We will bring together participants from various sectors and professions to help co-create solutions to community problems. We aim to fully exemplify the grassroots approach to developing products, programs, or services by, for, and with the community.
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Sponsor the Initiative
Thank You to Our Sponsors:
Center for Emerging Technologies (CET)
Programs and Services
Community Reaction Labs | Community Engagement and Strategy Labs | Design Thinking and Social Innovation Workshops, Trainings, and Blitzes | Civic Design Camps | Community Lectures
Greater Than Podcast
A 24-Hour Challenge to Curb Gun Violence in St. Louis
Can Design End Racism?
SHIFT: A Workshop the Challenges Design Thinking to Solve Social Justice Issues
Cut & Paste Podcast: Antionette Carroll on how Designers can Solve Social Problems