DuPage Children’s Museum staff share how they adapted their Partners in Play program serving caregivers with young children in the wake of COVID-19. While originally planned as a series of monthly in-person sessions at the museum, the program pivoted to physically-distanced support, using texting as an accessible entry point.
Learn from CCLI alumni organizations about embedding DEAI in strategic planning, identifying the right partnerships, and mobilizing your museum to be a resource for equity in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
CCLI has developed a four-part webinar series to provide resources and concrete steps for museums to activate DEAI efforts.
Please contact ACM to add your children’s museum’s resources to this list. Demonstrations continue to unfold around the world calling for an
To create our vision of a world that honors all children and respects the diverse ways in which they learn and develop, we need the spaces we create to model empathy and boldly stand for healing and justice.
Children’s museums are sharing statements responding to ongoing protests and sharing resources for caregivers to talk about race and racism with their children.
On May 19, CCLI hosted a webinar about the opportunities for culturally relevant practice for museums during the COVID-19 crisis.
This September, CCLI launched the National Landscape Study: DEAI Practices in Museums.
Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose jumpstarted conversations with their Breaking Ground and Common Ground initiatives.
How do you design a museum that seeks to sustain peace in a city once described as the most dangerous place in the world?