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Ms. Burns helped to lead the movement for public access to cable television and started a New York University program to foster Internet wizards.
"Red Burns, an educator who gained wide recognition for pushing for more creative uses of modern communications, helping to lead the movement for public access to cable television and starting a celebrated New York University program to foster Internet wizards, died on Friday at her Manhattan home. She was 88."
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Cooper-Hewitt mourns the loss of Red Burns, who was a pioneering force in shaping the interactive media world as a designer and educator. The museum was proud to honor Red with the Design Patron award last year, in recognition of her outstanding support and patronage within the design community.
- See more at: http://www.cooperhewitt.org/conversations/2013/08/28/remembering-red-burns-1925-2013?utm_source=#sthash.zCE9Y6Mp.dpuf
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