Report from association provides road map to decolonizing museums 
Report from association provides road map to decolonizing museums 

By Crystal St.Pierre Local Journalism Initiative Reporter A 128-page report from the reconciliation council of the Canadian Museums Association, titled Moved to Action: Activating UNDRIP in Museums, contains standards for museums to meet to turn the page on their colonial past, and recommendations for the inclusion and representation of Indigenous peoples within museums and cultural centres. Report here: https://museums.ca/uploaded/web/TRC_2022/Report-CMA-MovedToAction.pd The report is the CMA’s response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action #67, which asks the federal government to provide funding to the CMA to review, in partnership with Indigenous peoples, Canadian museum policies and practices and make recommendations for the sector to become more compliant with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). “What the report is intended to do is provide a

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