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The MIT Press colophon is made of 7 vertical black bars and is on a white background. The black bars are evenly spaced, and 5 are the same height. The 5th from left is taller, alluding to the lowercase “t.”  The 6th from left extends below the others, and with the 7th looks like a lowercase “p.”

A symbol with a story

The iconic MIT Press colophon symbolizes the legacy of its creator Muriel Cooper, a graphic design pioneer and longtime member of the MIT community.

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A graphic that reads "Bearing Witness, Seeking Justice" in a broken font on a yellow background beside a raised brown-skinned fist with painted fingernails on a red background.

Video on the record

MIT’s inaugural Bearing Witness, Seeking Justice conference explores video’s role in the struggle over truth and civil liberties.

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