ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION AND Q&A
The “Settler Colonialism, Slavery, and the Problem of Decolonizing Museums” Roundtable was moderated by Margaret Bruchac of UPenn, with panelists Stephanie Cunningham, Ryan Rice, Alaka Wali, Lucy Fowler Williams, and Ingrid Masondo. It convened at 12PM EDT on Saturday, October 23 2021.
In what ways have processes of decolonization, indigenization, and anti-racism been successfully implemented, and how might we build on these?
Roundtable, Discussion, and Q&A Moderated by Margaret Bruchac (Anthropology, UPenn)
Stephanie Cunningham (Co-Founder of Museum Hue)
Ryan Rice (OCAD)
Alaka Wali (The Field Museum)
Lucy Fowler-Williams (Penn Museum)
Ingrid Masondo (South African National Gallery)
The mural depicted in the title image is “Decolonize And Chill/We Are Still Here”, a mural artwork by artist and community activist Jaque Fragua from the Pueblo of Jemez, one of the federally recognized tribes in New Mexico, as well as Ishi Glinsky and Shepard Fairey. It is art created out of an on-going decolonizing space and project called Indian Alley, in Los Angeles, CA. The photograph of the artwork is by wiredforlego (CC BY-NC 2.0).