Well before the Black Lives Matter protests shook up the West throguhout 2020, the Geneva Museum of Etnography had embarked on a fully-fledged rethinking of its own mission, and collections. Here’s how.
- At a time when colonial history and its legacy is becoming an object of controversial debate worldwide, ethnography museums can rethink their mission, and play a key educational role
- From France to the UK, from Belgium to Tunisia, the anti-racist protest stemming from George Floyd’s murder has become a truly global phenomenon. Just as the history of violence of slavery and colonialism at its roots. Houssem Ben Lazreg and Amira Hassnaoui retrace the link.
- How the murder of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter mobilization reshaped American public opinion
- Can democratic reason provide a solution to the moral dilemma of coming to the terms with a vicious past?