“Famed graphic designer and racial, cultural and gender equity advocate Cheryl D. Miller donates personal archive to Stanford Libraries”

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Special Collections at Stanford Libraries is the beneficiary of the Cheryl D. Miller collection, a rich archive that documents Miller’s research and advocacy work related to racial, cultural and gender equity, diversity and inclusion. In the 1970s, as a young female of multiracial and multiethnic background, her mother of Philippine descent from the West Indies and her father African American, Miller was determined to forge ahead and complete her education, connect with mentors in the design industry, and ultimately establish a reputable design firm. https://library.stanford.edu/node/142441
“Famed graphic designer and racial, cultural and gender equity advocate Cheryl D. Miller donates personal archive to Stanford Libraries”