#museumsrespondtoferguson

The recent series of events, from Ferguson to Cleveland and New York, have created a watershed moment. Things must change. New laws and policies will help, but any movement toward greater cultural and racial understanding and communication must be supported by our country’s cultural and educational infrastructure. Museums are a part of this educational and cultural network. What should be our role(s)? –excerpt, “Joint Statement From Museum Bloggers & Colleagues on Ferguson & Related Events

This page archives resources and museum-centric responses to current protest movements in the U.S. against police brutality, extrajudicial killings of black people, anti-blackness, and racial injustice. Follow and join the conversation on Twitter via #museumsrespondtoferguson.

Aleia Brown and I co-host #museumsrepondtoferguson chats the third Wednesday of each month 7-8PM CST/8-9PM EST. 

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Responses from museum professionals, affiliated colleagues
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