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During this time, we would like you to explore in greater depth the kinds of diversity represented in your community or among your museum audiences.

Are you beginning to find greater complexity and nuance beyond the generalized demographics of language, geography, class, gender and race?

Are you beginning to grasp the diversity of cultural norms and practices in the communities served by your museum as resources for uncovering, collecting and representing new content in the museum?

Are you beginning to see the relationship between the exclusion chart introduced to you in Week 1 for understanding the complexities? Please comment in the section below and join the discussion.

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