We Are Listening
The acts of protest, grief, action and instruction that have been shared in the wake of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis have given us pause, both to consider our place in this conversation and the actions we can take as a museum to address our own failings and the systemic problems that exist in our community and the world at large.
Our strategic plan states that we affirm the critical role that art and artists play in questioning, interpreting and defining the modern era locally, nationally and internationally. As a public institution, our aim is to offer a space for community dialogue and debate that gives voice to diverse perspectives and realities. We are committed to continuing to expand the diversity of our programs and to providing opportunities for art and artists to lead us through challenging topics including prejudice, oppression, racism and injustice.
During this pause, we will take time to listen and learn from individuals and organizations who are leading the way in these conversations. We encourage you to seek out resources that you may find helpful in understanding and appreciating the challenges of Black and marginalized communities.
Black Lives Matter.
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