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Smithsonian|CRI Oct 21
We are looking forward to attending virtually this year! Program is hosted by - Potomac, , and other units! Register here:
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Register to join more than 17.3 million (and counting) in , the world's largest earthquake drill! Have the peace of mind knowing that you, your family, and/or your co-workers will be prepared to survive and recover quickly from earthquakes: .
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Smithsonian|CRI Oct 8
Asia-Pacific region cultural professionals: and the Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea are offering a course that blends content from their and First Aid programs. Apply here by 16 Oct 2020:
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Smithsonian|CRI Oct 7
In August, Lori Foley and Dr. Nana Kaneko presented two case studies on and linked open data to map cultural organizations at . Learn more about these innovative projects:
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Smithsonian|CRI Oct 1
Look who’s turning 50! Congratulations and Happy Anniversary to ! Especially to our colleagues at whom we rely on to alert cultural stewards of hurricane threats.
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 29
for the next during ? Get tips from your colleagues , & in this article by Lori Foley & Corine Wegener , co-chairs of . More tips here:
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 25
Did you catch our workshop at the conference yesterday? Lean more about how you can help your community salvage the materials that tell their story before and after a disaster.
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 21
Now on YouTube! Last week we celebrated the inaugural training of the new & Women with panel discussion between military and museum experts. Learn more about this historic collaboration:
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 15
TOMORROW! Don't miss 's live kick-off event, Reinventing the & Women for the 21st-Century Force," Wed, Sept 16, 11:00 AM ET. Register here:
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 14
Find out why the Men of have special place in at 's live event, Reinventing the & Women for the 21st-Century Force" Wed, Sept 16, 11:00 AM ET. Register:
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 12
Hear from 21st-century & Women who are training to carry on legacy of & Women at 's live kick-off, Wed, Sept 16, 11:00 AM ET Register
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 10
plays crucial role in protecting ! JOIN 's live event, Reinventing the & Women for the 21st-Century Force" Wed, Sept 16, 11:00 AM ET. Register
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 8
Meet & experts at kick-off for training of next generation of & Women for the Force! Sept. 16, 11 AM EST Register:
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 7
That’s a wrap on our campaign! Remember, hurricanes are not the only hazard that can affect cultural institutions. Check out our expanded Planning, Preparedness, and Mitigation Resources webpage with to learn more:
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 6
In 2019, & () signed historic agreement to recruit/support/train next generation of & Women. Join us for a live kickoff event on Wed, Sept 16, 11:00 AM ET. Register
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 6
Tip: What can you do to prepare for a hurricane in 24 hours? Secure your OWN safety! Here are some tips to consider such as relevant supplies, important documents to keep on hand, evacuation routes, and how to make your home more resilient:
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 5
Tip: What can you do to prepare for a hurricane in 24 hours? Monitor info from your State Emergency Management Agency. Find links to public safety websites for states, territories, and D.C. at
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 4
JOIN 's live kick-off event, Reinventing the & Women for the 21st-Century Force," Wed, Sept 16, 11:00 AM ET. Register here:
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 4
Tip: What can you do to prepare for a hurricane in 24 hours? Talk with your colleagues. How will you all get in touch with each other after the storm has passed? Need help creating a communication system? Check out PReP from
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Smithsonian|CRI Sep 3
Tip: What can you do to prepare for a hurricane in 3 days (72 hours)? If you have a disaster plan, make sure everyone has a printed copy to take home. An electronic version may be inaccessible if you lose power for an extended period.
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