"Some technology cannot be fixed by more design, and some technology should not be built at all"
You can't make something that was designed one way to magically become something else by simply "designing harder". like, a glock is designed to shoot people. i'm not putting a positive or negative weight onto that, just pointing out what it does. no matter how many design sprints you do or agile frameworks you do, you are ultimately just still designing something where the end goal is i put a hole in something else, right? and maybe now my glock is prettier, or more user-friendly, or "ethical", ok, now my human-centered ethical blockchain glock is still shooting people.
design people have halfway figured out structures or bad-actors or bad institutions or oppression can be designed, but a lot still dont want to put two-and-two together and realize "oh, we can design them to do better right?" is not actually empowering. if i'm getting chased by jason voorhees with a cleaver i don't want someone stepping in and "designing" so that jason voorhees is chasing me with a kitchen knife instead... i want you to get rid of jason voorhees!
it's like a worm letting itself get eaten by a bird and insisting it's ok because they're going to change things from the inside.