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Looking for a Way beyond Distraction

By Imagining America

May 05, 2015

By La Tanya S. Autry, PAGE Co-director My mind and heart has been heavy these days- now Baltimore. Watching the…

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How Every Museum Can Respond to Ferguson — Part II

By Imagining America

April 27, 2015

By Alyssa Greenberg, PAGE 2014-15 Fellow As museum professionals, our silence about how social inequality manifests in internal museum practices (discussed…

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Call for Applications to the 2015-2016 PAGE Summit and Working Group

By Imagining America

April 14, 2015

About PAGE PAGE (Publicly Active Graduate Education) is Imagining America’s network for publicly engaged graduate students in humanities, arts, and…

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How Every Museum Can Respond to Ferguson

By Imagining America

February 16, 2015

By Alyssa Greenberg, PAGE 2014-15 Fellow In December 2014, a cohort of museum bloggers and their colleagues published a joint…

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Beyond the Object: A Call to Art Conservation

By Imagining America

February 13, 2015

By Kimi Taira, PAGE Co-director “Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare” [Japanese Proverb] I…

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On Teach-Ins, State Violence and Institutional Racism

By Imagining America

February 03, 2015

By Elyse Gordon, PAGE Co-director I rescheduled my day to attend a teach-in on #BlackLivesMatter, Ferguson and state violence. It…

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My Art Museum Mission

By Imagining America

January 26, 2015

By La Tanya S. Autry, PAGE Co-director *The life and thoughtful words of the beloved Maya Angelou guide me as…

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Sidelines

By Imagining America

January 26, 2015

By Naphtali Leyland Fields, PAGE Fellow 2014-2015 I stand in the cold holding the sign with numb hands. A line of us…

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Talking #BlackLivesMatter Offline and Outside of the Classrooms and Lecture Halls

By Imagining America

January 19, 2015

By La Tanya S. Autry, PAGE Co-director As a PhD candidate in art history at the University of Delaware, I’ve centered…

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Ferguson and the #blacklivesmatter Movement: Practical Questions and Musings

By Imagining America

January 19, 2015

By Enger Muteteke, PAGE 2014-2015 Fellow I am a 36 year old African American woman who serves as Associate Pastor at…

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“Silence is the voice of complicity” v “That’s not what we’re talking about right now”? Notes on intersectional quilting

By Imagining America

January 19, 2015

By Jennifer Shook, PAGE Co-director I hesitated about writing this blog post. I continue because my hesitation itself marks greater discomforts.…

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Introducing the PAGE2Ferguson Blog Salon

By Imagining America

January 19, 2015

Welcome to the PAGE2Ferguson Blog Salon! “How do we respect and invite one another into our multiple modes of response?”…

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Organizing Disruption: Sonic Black Girlhood

By Imagining America

September 25, 2014

By Jessica Robinson, a Doctoral student in Education Policy, Leadership, and Organizational Leadership at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and 2014–2015 Publicly Active Graduate…

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The Labor Organizer in the Museum

By Imagining America

September 25, 2014

By Alyssa Greenberg, a Doctoral student in Art History at the University of Illinois in Chicago and 2014–2015 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellow. This…

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