This facilitated dialogue will explore the relationships between non-Native-led museums, archives and libraries and contemporary Native makers, artists, academics, and researchers. This program is designed for people who work in or volunteer for non-Native-led museums, libraries, archives, and cultural heritage organizations and/or sites who are working to center Native perspectives and experiences in their programs and collections interpretation. At the end of this facilitated conversation, participants will have a clear understanding of the ways in which they can collaborate with Indigenous and Native makers, artists, academics, and researchers to co-develop programming and collections interpretation that centers Indigenous and Native experiences and perspectives.
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Native Experiences and Perspectives in Non-Native-Led Organizations
This webinar is produced through the State Archives Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York program.
Intended Audience: Historical Records Repositories
Workshop Topic: Historical Records
Upcoming schedule for this workshop
For more information on this workshop, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.