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After MoMA Stabbings, Museums Review Their Safety Protocols

Category: Labor

The New York Times explores how the attack on visitor services staff at the Museum of Modern Art has brought heightened focus to safety and security at museums, and how some are reviewing their protocols to better protect employees.

Violent acts in museums are rare, experts say, but the seriousness of the recent attack at the Museum of Modern Art has focused attention on protecting visitors and employees. Karissa Francis has seen her fair share of drama in the seven years she has worked as a visitor services assistant in museum lobbies.

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