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8, May 2017

MHM Wins National Award for Diversity and Accessibility

Today we at the Missouri History Museum were honored to take the stage with our colleagues at The Field Museum in Chicago to accept the American Alliance of Museums’s (AAM) inaugural Award for Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion. Although we certainly don’t do our work with awards in mind, this one is pretty special. Read more »

5, September 2014

Moving Forward: A Discussion on the Future of Ferguson, Missouri

Amid the turmoil happening in Ferguson, Missouri, in recent weeks, the Missouri History Museum hosted a town hall meeting and strategy session on August 25 to provide a forum for our city's youth. The meeting was moderated by activist and author Kevin Powell, who spoke to a full-capacity crowd of nearly 700 people who came to discuss the future of our communities and our young people. Due to the level of interest, the discussion was streamed live to another 800 people who watched from two overflow rooms at the Museum. Read more »