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Through personal stories and unique perspectives, this video series presents community members' interpretation of words like decolonization and diversity, and invites viewers to reflect on their own definitions.

Watch this 10 part video series where people share what terms like decolonization and diversity mean to them. Through personal stories and unique perspectives, these videos present a nuanced collage of how people understand these words and invite viewers to reflect on their own definitions.

Director of Education Alvin Logan Jr. shares his thoughts on the start of Black History Month and finding purpose through the principles of Kwanza.

Curatorship honors decades of contributions to the field of archaeology and repatriation

Join Dr. Roberta “Robbie” Paul (Nez Perce) in conversation with Burke Museum Burke Museum Director of Diversity, Equity, Access, Inclusion, & Decolonization and Tribal Liaison Polly Olsen (Yakama) as they discuss the cultural and multigenerational effects of Indian boarding schools.

October 11 is a day of honor for the Indigenous people of this land.

Learn how three Burke Museum staff members celebrate Latinx Heritage Month and how their culture influences their work and home life.