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Talking Gender Equity in Museums and Cultural Organizations

On July 2nd, Joan Baldwin and I joined Cali Buckley and an audience from the College Art Association to talk about gender equity in museums and cultural organizations. Our conversation was wide-ranging with thoughts about pay equity, the intersectionality of workplace issues, and next generation arts leaders.




Here's the video of our conversation:



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