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You Are Judged: Bias and the Museum Workplace

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  1. Know your organization. Know your community. Know where your community and organizational values intersect. Be a bridge builder.

  2. Help your organizational leadership to model ways to change behavior without further polarizing a situation.

  3. Make sure your staff has a place to go if they are treated wrongly or unfairly. Make sure you and your board actually know what happens to staff who complain about bias or inequity.

  4. Don't let diversity and community be social-media deep. Engage.

  5. Listen. Listen. Listen.Joan Baldwin


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