DHPSNY Dialogues provide the framework and facilitation to further explore the roles of antiracism, diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and justice to inform the policies, practices, and systems of New York’s collecting organizations. These intimate, interactive discussions are a great way to network with like-minded colleagues and are never recorded to enable participants to speak their minds while protecting their privacy.
The theme of our first DHPSNY Dialogue was Our Role as Collecting Organizations: Antiracism, Inclusion and Making Sense of Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Justice in our Field.
The theme of our second DHPSNY Dialogue was Antiracism and Engagement, which explored engaging stakeholders in your organization's antiracism efforts. Our facilitators also shared this Benchmarks and Accountability Template.
See below for descriptions and registration for upcoming DHPSNY Dialogues.
Upcoming DHPSNY Dialogues
Image: Books are weapons Read about... "The negro in national defense," "Africa and the war," [and] "Negro history and culture" at the Schomburg Collection of the New York Public Library, 1940. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.