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Museums and Resilience: Activating Your Antiracism & DEAI Efforts

Museums and Resilience: Activating Your Antiracism & DEAI Efforts

Tuesday, November 10, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (CST)


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Museums and Resilience: Activating Your Antiracism & DEAI Efforts
Join Dina Bailey, CEO of Mountain Top Vision, in an exploration of shared language for antiracism and DEAI efforts in order to move past solidarity statements and into authentic, sustainable, action plans. Ensure that you are aligning your intentions with your future impacts by reflecting realistically on what you have been doing, what you want to be doing, and how you may move from theory to practice.
Community partners, Mid-America Arts Alliance, will be hosting Part II of their "Practicing Resilience: Practical Steps for DEAI Plans" workshop series on November 12th,1-3p CST. Sign up for this here if you'd like to continue the work you learn from Dina in this workshop. 

Registration is free for members and $50 for non-members of TAM. We don't want to turn anyone away for this event as it is crucial for the museum community to invest in these topics. If you are unable to pay for registration, please email Emmy at and we will be happy to welcome you at no cost to you or your museum. 


Dina Bailey has over 15 years of experience in formal and informal learning. Since 2008, she has focused on collaborating with museums, cultural organizations, and nonprofits. She has a proven record of fostering organizational growth and strengthening institutional infrastructure while resolving multiple and complex issues. Dina is a national thought leader with extensive experience in developing inclusive solutions in collaboration with volunteers, staff, boards, and stakeholders. She is a recognized trainer, author, and speaker on the trends, challenges, and opportunities facing organizations in transition. A skilled facilitator, Dina has developed exceptional approaches that lead to both a breadth and depth of inclusive action. She has developed tools that increase the likelihood of successfully transitioning from theory to practice.

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Emmy Laursen
Emmy Laursen
Program Coordinator