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Carnegie Museum asks for visitor feedback on cultural sensitivity, exhibits with complicated pasts

Category: Decolonization

“I would say, within museology, that’s been a discussion that’s been going on for years. How we can appropriately display objects that represent a culture, how can we tell a culture’s story, without receiving the proper input?”

– Jesse Rodriguez, deputy director, Carnegie Museum of Natural History

 

The Carnegie Museum of Natural History is taking steps to help reckon with its colonial past.

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