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Thu, Sep 09


Webinar via Zoom

The Post-Covid Museum: Diversity is the bare minimum.

What does inclusive representation look like in practice? How we go beyond words and take meaningful steps. Hiring more diverse staff means nothing if they don’t have a voice in shaping the culture of our field. Join us for a challenging and important dialog on pressing topics in the museum field.

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The Post-Covid Museum: Diversity is the bare minimum.
The Post-Covid Museum: Diversity is the bare minimum.

Time & Location

Sep 09, 2021, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

Webinar via Zoom

About the event is eager to contribute to conversations and movements that ensure concrete measures and practices are put in action. We invite you to a conversation with museum professionals as they interrogate the practice of traditional “beginning to end” hiring and how we can evolve to go beyond checkbox initiatives that don’t advance towards equity. Featured community voices will also provide questions you can explore with your own teams and examples of how to better understand inclusion as a practice that can lead to authentic representation of the many communities that make up your organization. We look forward to a challenging and important dialog.  


Our Moderator:

Daniel Aguirre (el/he) - Inclusive Workplace Culture and Community Engagement Practitioner



Christian Greer - President and CEO of the Michigan Science Center (MiSci).  

Michelle Grohe (she/her/her's) - Esther Stiles Eastman Curator of Education at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts.  

Ashanti Davis (she/her/her's) - Exhibition Manager at the Fleet Science Center  

Monica O. Montgomery - Co-founder of Museum Hue and the Social Justice, Special Projects + Programming Curator with Smithsonian Institution Arts + Industries Building.  

Micah Parzen - CEO at the Museum of Us.

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