Why Your Museum’s BLM Statement Isn’t Enough

“My work as a cultural connector and public programmer was being used to distract funders, donors, and constituents from seeing where the real issues lie in the museum: in its overwhelming white permanent collection, in its ongoing harmful colonial narratives, and worst, its tokenistic approach to community partnerships.”
– Rea McNamara, in an open letter to Toronto’s Gardiner Museum, where she worked for three years
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