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Hannah Heller
Teachers College Art & Art Education Ed.D candidate. Art museum educator. Pronouns: she, her, hers. Tweets are my own.
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Eugene Scott Jun 18
"If you ever find yourself in a predominantly black neighborhood, wondering why everyone seems so poor, know this: It’s largely because white people, possibly even you or your ancestors, stole from them and their ancestors."
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Nana Kwame Jun 18
It shouldn't be controversial for racism to be met with tangible consequences.
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🏛📲 #ITweetMuseums Jun 17
Many of you know from her far-reaching work on (and much more!) If you can help her family, please do (see link below.) Sending you and your spouse strength and healing energy, Adrianne.
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Heather C. McGhee Jun 16
Important piece of the story: the US switched from grants to loans as the student population became more diverse. See this chart and more from for more data!
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Quite Interesting Jun 16
ORTHOSOMNIA is a disorder in which you are so obsessed with getting a good night's sleep that you don't sleep.
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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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No Quarter Will Be Given Jun 12
And to confirm what a lot of people have already asked: Yes, I am one of the first Black curators of the Guggenheim. Yes, I am the first Black, solo curator of an exhibition at the Guggenheim. And yes, I am the first Black woman to curate an exhibition at the Guggenheim.
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Hannah Heller Jun 12
Just heard about this:
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Hannah Heller Jun 12
Seeking examples of interactive blog-type, group dialog platforms that ideally support more than just written responses (interactive blackboard! art making!). Intended for a discussion group where participants are encouraged to respond to each other's comments. Does this exist??
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LaTanya S. Autry Jun 12
These days I've been thinking a lot about the position of Black women artists and activists and the praxis of Black feminism in relation to this world. I appreciate this thread.👇🏿
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kimberly rose drew Jun 10
it is so wild to watch the art press write me out of the narrative of the google spreadsheet. i don't need acclaim. you all are doing the work. michelle started the doc. but, i see y'all. i see you erasing a black woman's contributions.
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Museum Studies Leics Jun 10
Hello - we're recruiting 5 new lecturers/associate professors. Could you please help us to spread the word?
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Folk Art Museum Jun 10
. is a sought-after voice filling the visual abyss of Black New York history, illustrating powerful stories that exist outside of public consciousness. Join us June 12 for a gallery talk expanding on narratives depicted in Made in New York City.
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Dr. Sarah Bond Jun 9
My favorite Roman ritual? Dropping rose petals 🌹 from the oculus of the Pantheon on Pentecost.
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Hannah Heller Jun 7
Replying to @MarDixon @Dope_Docent
Even w all our reading and writing we still have blind spots in practice. I think was just pointing out some of the privilege behind in the original comment.
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Hannah Heller Jun 7
Edit: thanks to the *BLACK WOMEN* in this field who repeatedly take on this labor in addition to the other bs they have to deal with. All our work is better because of it.
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Thomas Chatterton Williams 🎧 Jun 5
Just learned if you phrase the question: Should convicts be ALLOWED to study for the GED and pursue a college education? most Americans will respond: No If you say: Should convicts be FORCED to study for the GED and pursue a college education? most Americans will respond: Yes
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Hannah Heller Jun 6
I wanted to say thank you to you and so many of the people mentioned for taking on the labor of explaining to white people trying to be allies how to do ally work better cc
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Alexis Ojeda-Brown Jun 5
Who picks and chooses which political debates Museums can get involved in? Who gets to be let into these spaces to have a discussion? Definitely not someone who looks like me.
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Jackie Peterson, 👩🏽‍💼🧙🏽‍♀️+🧜🏽‍♀️ Jun 4
Keep us floatin fam!!! Shout to the rooftops in your survey! ❤️❤️❤️
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