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BCMA Podcast: Koy and Leia Discuss Decolonization, Repatriation and Allyship Resources, Part 2

July 15, 2021

Koy Tayler and Leia Patterson, the BCMA’s Indigenous Engagement team, share Part 2 of their June discussion of decolonization, repatriation, and allyship resources for non-Indigenous museums and heritage organizations. Find the resources below to read ahead and follow along. You can find Part 1 in the BCMA Podcast episode list wherever you download your podcasts.

Share your go-to resources with us, or reach out with questions! Email our team anytime;

Koy Tayler: outreach@museum.bc.ca

Leia Patterson: engagement@museum.bc.ca

 

Resources Discussed:

  1. The Secret Life of Canada, a podcast from CBC
  2. Recommendations for Decolonizing British Columbia’s Heritage Processes and Legislation. First Peoples’ Cultural Council. 2020.
  3. Activating Diversity and Inclusion: A Blueprint for Museum Educators as Allies and Change Makers. Wendy Ng, Syrus Marcus Ware & Alyssa Greenberg. 2017.
  4. Changing Narratives: How museums can adapt language to promote Reconciliation. Museums Association of Saskatchewan Community Chat. Youtube. 2021.