. Denver nature museum to close Indian Cultures exhibit due to ‘harmful stereotypes’ « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NYPOST – The Denver Museum of Nature & Science shared a letter shared with members that said the North American Indian Cultures Hall perpetuates a “white, dominant culture” and will be shuttered this summer. The hall was created in the 1970s in collaboration with Indigenous representatives, the museum’s vice president of exhibitions wrote in the letter, according to 9News. “Despite collaboration with Indigenous representatives during its creation and ongoing efforts by curators, conservators, and others to update and improve various parts of the Hall, we acknowledge that it remains problematic,” the vice president, Liz Davis, wrote.

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