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Native Experiences and Perspectives in Non-Native-Led Organizations

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.

This webinar is produced through the State Archives Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York program.

Workshop Type: Webinar
Intended Audience: Historical Records Repositories
Workshop Topic: Historical Records

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