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Summer 2020 Update

As a flexible, skunkworks framework, we’ve been working for years to model the museum of the future, one that aligns its interests with the needs of communities that are leading the fight for a safe and equitable future for all. As we bear witness to intensifying calls on society and our bedrock institutions to address systemic racism and inequality and to decolonize, this work has become all the more relevant.

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New Exhibition Launching This Fall

We just launched a new traveling museum exhibition developed in collaboration with the House of Tears Carvers of the Lummi Nation. Check it out in Pittsburgh at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History before it travels to museums in NJ, FL, and beyond.

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Indigenous Science Letter

The Natural History Museum teamed up with the Center for Native Peoples and the Environment and Indigenous scientists to help organize a March for Science endorsement letter affirming the role of Indigenous Science and traditional ways of knowing.

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