Indigenous Perspectives on Museum Diversity (Part 3/3) - Reclaiming our Place: American Indians and Other Indigenous Peoples at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Presenter(s): 

Halena Kapuni-Reynolds, Graduate Assistant, Museum Studies Graduate Certificate Program, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Angela Steiner Neller, Curator, Wanapum Heritage Center
Mervyn Tano, President, International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management

Moderator: 

Karen Kosasa, Director, Museum Studies Graduate Certificate Program, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Track: 

  • Indigenous

As we plan for the next seven generations, should diversity matter to tribal museums and communities? What does diversity within these museums look like, especially in a time where discussions around diversifying staff, boards, and collections are everywhere in the museum world? This session brings together museum scholars and practitioners to share stories of the practice of diversity in Indigenous museums.