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Aletheia Wittman
culture, arts, history, museums. hiking, running, travel. foodie + baker. cats! cofounder. she/her.
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Aletheia Wittman retweeted
Scientific American Sep 15
Scientific American has never endorsed a presidential candidate in our 175-year history—until now. The 2020 election is literally a matter of life and death. We urge you to vote for health, science and Joe Biden for President.
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Dr. Porchia Moore; Museum Critical Race Theorist Sep 15
My NPR Here & Now interview dropped yesterday. Talking state of museums, my vision, and more:
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Aletheia Wittman Sep 11
Replying to @museummammy @newmuseum
this is incredibly troubling and disturbing.
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Aletheia Wittman Sep 8
Have really been enjoying working on this series with Priya. 💙 I’m learning so much from interviewees with museum experience who are growing their career new ways. Hope you have a chance to read-along!
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Aletheia Wittman Sep 4
Replying to @magmidd
Bon voyage!! Wishing you a safe and exciting adventure
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Aletheia Wittman Aug 31
Replying to @SGUYBRAY
In blue agave fields near Tequila, MX. No idea.
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Aletheia Wittman Aug 31
Woohoo!!
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Aletheia Wittman Aug 31
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MASS Action Aug 31
On June 2, a large number of museums posted statements in solidarity with Black Lives Matter. Are those institutions still engaged in the anti-racism work they signaled on social media? How do we move from words to transformative action & accountability?
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Aletheia Wittman Aug 26
This is a must 👏🏻 read 👏🏻
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the incluseum Aug 26
New post live! “When you worked at a museum” With many thanks to Priya Frank and Marcus Ramirez! If you *used* to work at a museum, where are you at on your journey?
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Smithsonian Aug 25
After the 19th Amendment, many American Indian women were denied the ballot because they were not considered citizens. Lawyer Marie Louise Bottineau Baldwin (Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa) fought to change that. Watch our new series:
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Aletheia Wittman Aug 23
Me too! I return to this piece every now and then by to reread! Pairs well with this follow-up: In retrospect, we have the gift of reading them side-by-side.
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Aletheia Wittman Aug 18
Go Priya!! 💜✨💙✨
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the incluseum Aug 18
New Post! A Book announcement for Inclusive Curating in Contemporary Art: A Practical Guide. Many thanks to author . We hope you take advantage of the discounted ways to access the book through December (info in the post!)
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The Nap Ministry Aug 13
We haven't actively grieved this pandemic. We are holding on for dear life to what was. We must grieve so we can make space to invent something new. Things will never be the same.
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Aletheia Wittman Aug 8
Replying to @katewritenow
Beautiful!!!
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Susan Ferentinos Aug 8
Colonialism Made the Modern World. Let’s Remake It. By via .
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Aletheia Wittman Aug 7
PayPal acct link in the thread👇🏻
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Adrianne Russell Aug 7
Increased requests for meetings in the hope of scoring more paying gigs has drastically highlighted how inadequate my tech really is. Some kind benefactor gift me $500 so I can upgrade in these unprecedented times 😩😭🙏🏿
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