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#Repost @sacklerpain ・・・ ‼️ Big News this morning ‼️ #Repost @noemibonazzi ・・・ ‼️breaking news‼️ the tide is turning. 🏆 bravo 🏆 @nationalportraitgallery the first museum to refuse the sacklers’ murder money. the sackler family is behind oxycontin, a legal drug that has so far killed millions of people in the USA @sacklerpain @nangoldinstudio #sacklerfamily #sacklergallery #sacklercenter #sacklerlibrary #sacklerwing #sacklerschoolofmedicine #sacklercourtyard #sacklerliepeopledie #shameonsackler #letstakethemurderersdown
The Cleveland Indians have stopped using Chief Wahoo as of their 2019 season. Progress is being made, perhaps in small steps, but important ones.
For today’s suggested reading, Marabou shares Patrick Wolfe’s article, “Settler colonialism and the elimination of the native” (2006). In this article, Wolfe explains his assertion that settler colonialism is a structure, not an event. Even though Wolfe’s work is not about museums, Marabou finds Wolfe’s explanation of settler colonialism’s structure and components very helpful in thinking about representation, particularly of indigenous populations in American museums. The lack of and invisibility of indigenous stories and voices in museums is directly tied to the idea that settler colonialism is based in the elimination of native populations.… On the Reading List: Patrick Wolfe and J. Kēhaulani Kauanui