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J Bryant
Educator. Advocate. Facilitator. Museums & beyond. *Views: what they were thinking & afraid to say(she/hers)
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J Bryant Jun 26
We cannot hate our way to a greater reality discussing how to combat division through love. Thought he was going to say: hug a racist. That ain't happening. But I can work to better communities
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J Bryant Jun 25
Amazing encounters . Here with best-selling author and extraordinarily humble presenter, @ibramxk What an honor to share time with him in quiet conversation. Looking forward to his presentation
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J Bryant Jun 25
Replying to @rameshmedia
Really, it was my pleasure to be in the audience, the provocative presentation asked some of the harder questions in this space. AND you offered some accessible alternatives.
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J Bryant Jun 25
this has been the most refreshing presentation of the day @ . Appreciate your message and demand for power balance. Situate cultural and economic logic
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J Bryant Jun 24
this is a conversation led by women for women. Impressive line up (I can already tell not enough time)
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J Bryant Jun 24
grateful to hear truth telling about obstacles for women and minority entrepreneurs. 83% of businesses start with money they save or have access to, not banks or venture capitalists.
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J Bryant Jun 23
Replying to @iammelodyco
Yes, I agree. I think it is also important to note that those who do NOT leave probably have a LOT is subtle reasons connecting them to the queen City. Or, like me, they dream of leaving every year...
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J Bryant Jun 23
Replying to @iammelodyco
Thanks for some unsolicited feedback! What sparked you?
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J Bryant Jun 22
This is why I question most work I see in spaces claiming to counter oppression led by people who literally have no proximity to the issue they seek to solve or willingness to be interrogated about their motive (usually $ or opportunity)
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The Museum Group Jun 12
We are delighted that six amazing individuals have joined The Museum Group! Welcome to Anne Ackerson (), Bob Beatty (), Gretchen Jennings (), Andrea Jones (), Amparo Leyman Pino (), and Evelyn Orantes!
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J Bryant Jun 17
I'm moderating this conversation! Join us at 1pm EST June 20th using the link below.
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J Bryant Jun 14
Thank you for always helping me expand my reading list!
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J Bryant Jun 13
I am so glad Had time. This is prevalent in every sector, but be sure to read and reread the portion where white men get labeled great allies and coconspirators for the regurgitation of Black women's ideas. Is this social justice?
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J Bryant Jun 7
I am into this at two levels at least! I will be writing my recap of adventures of for
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J Bryant Jun 5
Word. We are better when we practice our inclusion publicly, in defiance of the "great man" model of leadership. If we want Museums to be inclusive spaces we have to model that and care for each other, and TRUST each other to do better when we know better. Thanks, Mike.
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J Bryant Jun 4
Show up in the evaluation . here, suggesting that you fill out the evaluation. Did you?
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J Bryant Jun 4
You know you can apply this same logic in a few other places...👀👀👀✌🏽
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J Bryant Jun 3
S/O to and for supporting the pre-conference session based on this quote!
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J Bryant Jun 1
I think we are all out here trying to be better. I am very much on a journey of constant learning. Glad to see people exchanging respectfully and as always we can continue in conversation with each other and through Mass Action.
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J Bryant Jun 1
I am writing to the larger "we" & asking for the practices of Inclusion and equity to be lived out in practice and to call the thing white supremacy when that's what we mean. My name is Janeen. In museums since 2007. I feel no tension, it's expected. I want "us" all to do better
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