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Conscience Matters: Collecting the Now - Shared screen with speaker view
Almedina Lozic
19:53
Hi, I am Almedina Lozic, I work as a collections manager at the War Childhood Museum in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Michael Rose
20:36
Hello, I'm listed as Michael Rose, but I'm Paul Crater, VP of Collections and Research Services at the Atlanta History Center
Jason Crabill
21:14
Hi, this is Jason Crabill, with a team from the Ohio History Connection.
Rosa Cabrera
22:22
Hi Good morning, this is Rosa and LCC staff.
Prabal Thapa
57:49
Dear Almedina My name is Prabal Thapa, I am from Nepal. I have witnessed the 10 years long conflict of Nepal (from 1996-2006), the Maoist Conflict . I want to share my experience as a small kid of that time; how the maoist cadres used to visit our places for shelther and space to prepare their food. Can I participate in your campaign/this platform? if yes how?
Prabal Thapa
59:14
Thank you Linda
Rosa Cabrera
01:01:18
For Almedina: how are you linking the experience of these immigrants and refugees to current narratives and policies that lack empathy and criminalize?
Rosa Cabrera
01:01:30
This is LCC staff
Marie Toner
01:02:51
Regarding your rack card or any ways you reach out to people to share the fact that you have a collections initiative did you start surveying and asking if they want to talk about that topic? Were they given a range of topics? Once you narrowed down the topic how do you get the word out that you are looking for stories and items for your collection?
Rosa Cabrera
01:03:54
we can not hear.
Jason Crabill
01:05:26
Gwen, I had heard Melanie Adams speak several years ago about the work that the Missouri Historical Society had done in Ferguson and other surrounding communies in the years before the MIchael Brown situation occured. Can you talk about that and how those pre-developed relationships impacted your efforts?
Michael Rose
01:05:59
To Gwen and Linda: To either Linda or Gwen, can you describe the outreach activities you engaged in or will engage in to augment your collection with relevant artifacts? Was there an outreach plan in place, or was it a matter of the MHS being so well known in those communities, having a history of exhibitions, programming that related the concerns of the community that your brand was well known enough to have established trust within those communities?
Whitney Tucker
01:10:42
Gwen can you talk about the work of MHS and the work of Shakia G and the work at Soldiers Memorial?
Whitney Tucker
01:11:14
This is Whitney Tucker MHS SMMM
Whitney Tucker
01:17:45
Shakia G's work
International Coalition of Sites of Conscience
01:23:12
You can reach me at atucker@sitesofconscience.org or Linda Norris at lnorris@sitesofconscience.org
International Coalition of Sites of Conscience
01:23:38
bpaynter@sitesofconscience.org
Marie Toner
01:23:50
See you at aam! Thank you presenters!
Michael Rose
01:23:57
Thank you
International Coalition of Sites of Conscience
01:24:01
We will send out the recording from today’s session soon!
Jason Crabill
01:24:01
Thanks! bye.
Rosa Cabrera
01:24:03
Thank you!
Olivia Windham Stewart
01:24:04
Thanks! Bye!