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Through an institution-wide process of anti-racism and inclusion work coupled with strategic planning with GA&A, the Anchorage Museum is assessing everything it does relative to the realities of today’s complexities and systemic inequities. Building on its commitment to address the unique challenges in the Circumpolar North, this planning will define a flexible framework that capitalizes on the intersection of climate change, contemporary issues within Indigenous tribes and the diverse communities of Anchorage and Alaska, equity and inclusive practices while responding to the fluctuations of economic pressures for greatest impact.
The Coastal Discovery Museum set forth a bold new vision to make a difference locally with global impact. Their strategic plan reaffirmed the Museum’s commitment to address major environmental challenges, inequalities within their community, and the ongoing struggle to properly balance preservation and development.
The Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico reimagined a relevant contemporary anthropology museum through strategic reframing. A reshaped framework was built around the new mission, and a long-term vision to deconstruct Eurocentric practices in the museum by “Reconciling injustices, Restoring voices, Realizing community.” As the project drew to a close, COVID-19 and protests about racial inequities further deepened the conviction of the Museum to stay the course.
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