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Idealware May eNews: Prioritizing Tech Skills For Everyone

Back in the 90s, before my career turned toward nonprofit technology and capacity building, I worked for one of the first online travel booking sites. They hired me as the human resource manager at a 250-seat call center, a job … Continue reading

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NYTimes: The Racial Bias Built Into Photography

Sarah Lewis explores the relationship between racism and the camera. By Sarah Lewis | April 25, 2019   This week, Harvard University’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study is hosting Vision & Justice, a two-day conference on the role of the arts … Continue reading

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This Tiny Museum Fits Inside an Elevator Shaft

Mmuseumm (yes, the spelling is unusual) displays collections of small objects in a very small space. Its curator says they tell important stories. By James Barron | April 21, 2019   Alex Kalman does things that Max Hollein of the Metropolitan … Continue reading

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The Indigenous Repatriation Handbook Is Out Now, and Ready to Grow

This free, much-needed e-book was spotlighted at the Canadian Museums Association National Conference—an event heralding other key developments on Indigenous-museum relations, too by Leah Sandals In recent months, national and international government announcements on repatriation have become ever more frequent. … Continue reading

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Download Idealware’s Latest Article: The “R” in CRM

CRM is not about technology, it’s about people. Constituent Relationship Management, or CRM, is a kind of software—a database, more precisely—to manage information. But CRM is more than that. At its best, it’s a cultural change that can ensure your … Continue reading

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NYTimes: Bauhaus at 100

By Jade-Snow Joachim, Alex Marshall, Josephine Sedgwick and Eden Weingart April 18, 2019 In April 1919, the architect Walter Gropius founded one of the most influential art and design schools ever: the Bauhaus. Students learned to focus on simplicity and … Continue reading

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Rare artwork created by children in residential schools displayed at Museum of Vancouver | CBC News

‘We just want people to witness what the kids went through’ Michelle Ghoussoub · CBC News · Posted: Apr 07, 2019 3:01 PM PT | Last Updated: April 8   A new exhibition at the Museum of Vancouver is displaying … Continue reading

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