We, at the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture, are committed to building a diverse and inclusive environment. We stand with those working for reforms dedicated to confronting and eradicating systemic racism. We acknowledge a history of exclusionary and unethical museum practices that have contributed to social and racial injustices, in addition to the need to evaluate current practices and commit to the intentional and continuous work that supports all people in feeling included, valued and welcomed at our museums. Read our full HMSC Inclusion Statement.
On Wednesday, May 19 at 3:00 to 3:45 pm, join human museum staffers Javier and Ryan in this live 45-minute family program as they discuss and take a look at some of our amazing animals in motion.
In this podcast, our new Executive Director Brenda Tindal recounts her experiences as a young student in Charlotte, NC, and the events that influenced the way she studies and interrogates history and historic figures and explains the concept of “courageous inquiry” in the context of the museum space.
On Wednesday, June 9 at 6:00 pm, this docent-led virtual tour will delve into the history, artistry, and significance of the collection and give participants the opportunity to explore the gallery online. The fee is $8 members/$10 nonmembers per registration. Advance registration is required.