Cheryl D. Miller
Cheryl D. Holmes Miller (born 1952) is an award-winning, American graphic designer, Christian minister, writer, artist, theologian, and decolonizing historian. She is highly renowned for her contributions to racial and gender equality in the graphic design field, and establishing one of the first black women-owned design firms in New York City in 1984. Miller created the logo and identity for BET. The importance of her work was recognized by Stanford University, which launched the Cheryl D. Miller Collection archive in 2018. Her scholarship on decolonizing Black graphic design has been documented in Print Magazine for over 34 years, starting with an article in 1987 titled: Black Deigners: Missing in Action. Cheryl completed the project in 2020 with a four part volunte titled: Black Designers: Forward in Action.
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