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The Museum Life

The Museum Life

Friday at 7 AM Pacific

July 22nd 2016:Museums and Timeliness

With so much troubling news coming from Baton Rouge, Dallas, and Baltimore, I wanted to take some time to reflect upon the role that museums can be playing to strengthen and serve their communities. Join me this week as I talk with Omar Eaton-Martínez and Brenda Tindal who will share their thoughts and discuss resources available through Museums and Race.

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Omar Eaton-Martínez

Omar recruits and manages 200+ interns and fellows at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History (NMAH). He conducts presentations to various stakeholders to increase access to the Smithsonian. Omar develops partnerships with educational institutions and non-governmental organizations. He was involved in creating a briefing paper on diversity and inclusion at the museum to the Director John Gray. He provides strategy for diversity recruitment for certain positions at the museum. Omar participates in many committees: NMAH Diversity Advisory Council, Smithsonian Latino Working Committee (Deputy Chair); Office of Fellowships & Internships Diversity Working Group; Federal Committee:
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Brenda Tindal

In 2016, Brenda will graduate from Emory University with a PhD in History & Culture. Recently, Tindal was appointed Staff Historian at Levine Museum of the New South in Charlotte. In this role, she is charged with conducting research, planning and curating major exhibits that place the city and region into historical context, developing and delivering educational programs, supporting communications, media, and community relations efforts, and serving on the Museum’s senior management team. Prior to her appointment at Levine Museum of the New South, Tindal was a Visiting Lecturer in the Department of History and Honors College at UNCC. Tindal has been the recipient of numerous awards, pro
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