There are No Sidelines

Museums can’t just reflect and collect, they must participate. They have always been active in culture making – often supporting unjust and racist patriarchal structures. The time has come for change.

Shards of Stained Glass

  These pieces of stained glass are so small, you would think that their story was just as small. But it isn’t. It started like any other day. September 15, 1963, dawned clear and bright on the town of Birmingham, Alabama. A racially divided town known for...

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