September TBR

Happy Labor Day! Included in this month’s TBR list are a couple of articles related to fair pay and workplace safety in the world of museum labor.

Place to visit:

National Museum of African American History and Culture. I have been wanting to visit since it opened, but have been waiting for the crowds to be less overwhelming, for entry to be easier to obtain, and for a full day’s block of time to spend at the museum. And yes, I certainly expect to see difficult history addressed in the exhibits.

Articles to read:

Trump Reportedly Didn’t Want to See Anything “Difficult” in Visit to African American History Museum

Mural On Milwaukee Bus Depicting ICE Raid Draws Criticism

Hospital Art Helps People Heal, but the Artworks Need Care Too

Science Museum workers are striking for fair pay

No, Confederate monuments don’t preserve history. They manipulate it

Atlanta’s High Museum Has Launched a ‘Dating App’ to Match Visitors With the Perfect Artwork

Michigan’s Statewide Effort to Atone for the Sins of Its Historic Markers

The Museum Wall That Broke the Art Handler’s Back

Ryan White state historical marker unveiled

Wildlife bridges over highways make animals and people safer

The Illustrator behind Madeline, the Timeless Children’s Character

Maryland museum considers removing Confederate flag from logo | WTOP

In Flint, Schools Overwhelmed by Special Ed. Needs in Aftermath of Lead Crisis

Can Museums Reduce Their Use of Single-Use Plastic?

Opportunities for Museums to Lead for the Future of Learning

Patrons Wore Blackface and Colonial-Era Costumes to Party at AfricaMuseum

Native American history in Washington — it’s more than just a museum

About Laura

Paralegal with Master of Arts in Teaching in Museum Education, frequent museum visitor, based in Washington, DC. I care about what museums can do, both in terms of public offerings and internal practices, to make the world a better place. I blog about museum education ("informed"), the social work of museums ("humane"), and visitor experience ("citizenry").
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