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Museum Archipelago

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"archipelago dot com" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

"At this point they also be like we know. Sometimes things are bad had to acknowledge the reality of the situation but at the end of the day. They're still like yeah but don't worry. Corporations are doing great. We're gonna figure it out together. We'll get there which is just a really interesting contrast to what's happening in the magic kingdom where it's just like we've removed all of the bad things. Don't worry we're all doing. Great epcot reports the closest experience to going into a museum in a disney theme park precisely because of its world's fair legacy you also have things like a pavilion devoted to mention that was sponsored by kodak's of thinking about the power of creativity and imagination. You haven't pavilion about the ocean in about things that live in the ocean technology. So all these attractions are basically set up so that you are learning something it feels like a very didactic experience right like a probably the most traditional quote unquote museum at. Ut mindy experience in the parks by the nineteen ninety s disney was on track to develop yet another type of park a theme park that presented actual history in 'edutainment context called disney's america in episode seventeen of museum archipelago. We cover its spectacular failure. Disney's idea would put a park. Showcasing quote the sweep of american history including the institution slavery and the civil war within the fun theme park environment just outside washington dc. The idea met so much public resistance that was scrapped. Altogether and there are no plans for this type of park in the future in recent years in the current park types. There's been a mixing of mediums happening the introduction of fake museums in disney parks. Like the yeti museum. The mixing says more about the medium of museums than the medium of theme parks. There's so much that you have to do. In order to help people take that leap to kind of letting themselves be immersed in an experience and the fact. That theme parks very often turned to museums as a tool in. That journey is really fascinating to me. Another example is also at disney's animal kingdom. It's a ride called dinosaur which begins with a museum. Space filled with fossils and printed graphics setting up the subversion. The happens in the ride itself and the museum is actually meant to be dull to and i hope you join those quite as was happening to the stallion our fifty years ago you have the institute quote unquote where the dinosaur attraction takes place which has the actual fake museum inside of it. And i think all of that is meant to set up this idea that this is somehow legitimate. In a way that it wouldn't be understated. Otherwise in so i think just the use of not only museum environments but also just the science world in general is really interesting. It really just tells you as a visitor. Like i am to understand this as a real. I meant to understand that we actually might be going back in time. And it's not. Just strobe lights the museum and everything it represents can be a tool in the world building of a themed environment theme park designers talk about layers of meeting all on top of one another to create a successful fem- a fake town seems less fake. If there's a fake historical marker describing the founding of the town. It's even less fake if within the fake town. There's some fake disagreement about the accuracy of the marker feuding families each trying to tell their own stories as vistors. This level of detail doesn't detract or distract quite the opposite for anyone who works in or thinks about museums. It's worth figuring out. What museums are shorthand for in themed environments walt disney himself had this quote that was like i'd rather entertain people and hope they learn something than them in hope that they are entertained. I don't think the way that theme parks used museums is meant to be educational the way that museums wants to be educational. I think it's a little bit of a distortion of theme parks. Even the ones that are like more traditional in terms of how they're displaying things in the topics are covering but there is a lot of overlap. When you're looking at how humans act and so that's where we really have this opportunity to learn from each other to improve experiences in both space says so that visitors do learn some things that visitors do have fun. I think we have to kind of embrace some things. That theme parks are doing well so that we can better serve our visitors and continued to fulfill our missions. This has been museum archipelago. Transcript of this episode as well as shots and links visit museum archipelago dot com museum archipelago is supported by listeners. Like you joined club. Archipelago club archipelago members. Get access to a bonus. Podcast where we've been doing. 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07:25 min | 8 months ago

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"Welcome to museum archipelago. I'm ian elsner. Museum archipelago guides you through the rocky landscape of museums. Each episode is never longer than fifteen minutes. So let's get started to lose. France has many memorials covering hundreds of years of history. there's a statue of joan of arc. There's monuments to the soldiers of the franco prussian. War memorials to the dead of world war. One but look closer and you'll also find sites covering a very specific slice of history the years between nineteen forty and nineteen forty four. The period of nazi germany's military administration of france. There's the building where the gestapo secret police made their local headquarters. There's a monument to the glory of the resistance. And there's the shoah memorial the hebrew word for the holocaust that honors the jews. Who were deported and killed during this period to lose on a gallon. Gal i in black to lose during world war two was originally stone. Herb in the south of france a lot of resistance fighters came to to lose to former. Is you need and many then left for the rest of france or pain. A number of escape networks. Beginning to lose and took english airmen for example or is he stops fighters across the beauty. Nate london or the united states is it has unique. This is your home blah sean. Speaking french blah. Sean is the head of the museum of resistance and deportation in home france which is right down the street from many of these memorials into loose. The museum brings together these sites as well as artifacts stories and witnesses from across the region and oliver france both war drama pendulum. My name is jalen bless sean. I am in charge of the museum of lizzie. Stockton deportation in a gallon. Foss the museum actually in nineteen seventy seven. It was first a community museum. The museum was initially a community museum. Set up by former members of the french resistance and in nineteen ninety four. It became departmental which is to say it is now funded by the regional government into three themes of the museum. Engage collect transmit. We collect to store and transmit this memory of our ancestors from our elders to future generations. Memorials that defend. The memory of the resistance gives us access to people who have objects in their homes and documents and some of them and trust them to us. The museums focus onto loose and the surrounding region is not just because it's under the authority of the regional government. It also reflects the uneven an ever changing military administration of france under nazi germany until november. Nineteen forty two. The nazis only had direct occupation of part of the country. Mostly the north of france including paris and the western coast. The south of france was under the jurisdiction of the vichy regime. An independent ally of nazi germany which promoted anti and practice collaboration with the nazis. Most specifically by deporting jews to concentration and extermination camps so when it comes to the fighting this regime the resistance. It's tempting to present history. Like story with clear cut intentions and the simple narrative but the history of the french resistance was anything but simple. It's not like there was a single unified resistance with one single outcome in mind in episode fifty one of this show. We examined another collaborationist regime bulgaria in the early nineteen forties by visiting the sylvia. Jewish museum of history. Today one the galleries there is named the holocaust and the rescue of the jews in bulgaria. Which even the museum staff say as an overly simplistic title khuda visitor in your at many visitors are in fact unaware of this fragmented structure of the rizzi stats. We the gaullist on one side and communists on the order so in the museum we do. Indeed present. The different forms of lizzie stars to present the complexity. The museum of resistance and deportation focuses on presenting objects gathered from witnesses. These include resistance newspapers of various subgroups and photos and testimonies of those who are fighting whether with acts of sabotage by providing shelter to those who needed it or even through building the logistics of feeding fighters in other parts of france. There's also catalogs names and photographs of people deported and accounts of reprisal attacks against resistance fighters and collaborators alike as control of the territory ebbed and flowed la la brea delayed gambled do period of world. War two is quite complex to explain to the younger generations who often have a rather manichean view that is to say in black and white. You are either busy. Saas fater or a collaborator povey. She nazi that's it. You are either a good guy or bad guy who she says. Only on air mission. The museum was closed for an eighteen month renovation from two thousand eighteen until twenty twenty the renovation modernized the museum and also reflects. Our moment in time was fatigued. Amisi today these type of museum has a new dimension we the disappearance of the last witnesses since they can no longer testify in front of students scholars and the general public. So it is our mission to transmit this memory to do so we have collected and we continue to collect objects and especially testimonies. Actually timonium the renovated museum features. Two floors of permanent galleries and space for temporary exhibitions. Special programs are available to school. Kids who are encouraged to question the sustainability of the spirit of resistance the current struggles for the preservation and extension of rights and freedoms and the fight against inequalities today. It's no longer a museum. Run by former members of the resistance but instead it's focused on being the transmission to new generations. lead oldwick at the weaknesses are now ninety or ninety five years old and we continue to collect the testimonies and to project broadcast and recalled these testimonies in order to get her their precious memories and transmit them to new generations new belgian jassem. This has been museum archipelago. Full transcript of this episode as well as shown notes and links visit museum archipelago dot com museum archipelago is supported by listeners. Like you joined club. Archipelago club archipelago members. Get access to a bonus. Podcast where we've been doing. Indepth reviews of how museums are portrayed in movies tv shows and even video games if you can't get enough of how museums shape our lives. Join club archipelago. Today by visiting joined the museum dot club. And if you don't feel like it that's totally cool to thanks for listening and next time bring a friend..

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03:06 min | 11 months ago

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"And see statues of brown bear and her cub remains to be done. Because you know we had no real but only dose and that gave the is among the fake cave is the perfect example of the museum working with what it has in this case a dark low ceiling. Basement that doesn't require electricity. And choosing the interpretive materials carefully in this case a simple sat shoe is quite effective in many ways. The museum stands apart from the museo children's museum in sofia which we featured in episode six and forty six of this show that museum the first children's museum in the balkans features a large number of computerized interactive's centered around the concept of playful learning which was not encouraged to say the least when bulgaria was a communist country but the vita should bear. Museum also breaks the mold of rote memorization and statistics. Overload that used to define bulgaria's education system and is still present at many of bulgaria's largest museums instead of computerized interactive's. The museum finds playful learning in the feeling of a sparse rangers. Hot and next season the museum will add electricity with a solar panel system. Next year over year we got on the company make a solar system we saw an activity and then we will have more to do with electricity installed deakin and his team hoped to increase the number and interactivity of the exhibits of not bet to have this kind of nature of of of really to touch the payroll to smell leaves and also you can have some interactive games. You may some three d. and mentioned to see how the peril looking around but dorgan who spend all his time in the mountains if he could still considers the biggest museum to be on the outside the museum in the biggest most. And it's good to have both. This has been museum archipelago per full. Transcript of this episode as well as show notes and links visit museum archipelago dot com museum. Archipelago is supported by listeners. Like you who have joined club archipelago club archipelago members. Get access to a bonus. Podcast feed where we've been doing. Indepth reviews of how museums are portrayed in movies tv shows and even video games. If you can't get enough of how museums shape our lives. Join club archipelago. Today by visiting joined the museum dot club. Thanks for listening and next time bring a friend..

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06:35 min | 1 year ago

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"These monuments without taking a moment to educate people about the larger picture of wide. These monuments are offensive to so many people and not simply the things that people are saying in their head, the one liners from history classes, children. Once you start realizing these larger pictures, you start to realize that it isn't justifiable. There's still here in our communities and it it or even if it is justifiable. Telling the whole story, the markers are created using a CNC machine, which the text and creates a convincing looking historical marker members of history is eliminating are quick to point out that the markers are not intended to be confused for an official marker, but they clearly evoke the medium in episode forty, two of Museum archipelago author and historian Freddie, Williams Evans, an activist, Luther Gray describe their efforts to go through more official channels to wreck historical markers in. New. Orleans. Louisiana. Lake. which meant there was plenty of commemoration going on in new. Orleans. But like Richmond, there was almost nothing acknowledged the city's slave trading passed or the powerful backlash against reconstruction. History illuminating approach demonstrates some of the advantages, a bypassing the official channels. They can act quickly to comment on the changing situation on monument. Avenue did the signs in Chronological Order Luminance. Themselves are not in front logic order. It's a little weird but. It works out, we wanted to talk about black history and what was occurring to black people in the city of Richmond concurrently with what was happening as these monuments were raised surrounding the white history. The first fine is dusk of Black Power Donald Jim Crow, and it discusses black men who served in the Virginia General Assembly between eighteen, sixty, nine, and eighteen, ninety and. And Eighteen Ninety was the date? This monument went up and the first act of the eighteen, eighty, nine elected Virginia Senate was to accept the Lee. Monument. Another marker erected by histories eliminating describes John Mitchell junior a business person and editor of the Richmond Planet, which was Richmond's black newspaper at the time and quotes what he wrote on the occasion of the unveiling. Unveiling, the Robert e Lee Statue in Eighteen Ninety, John Mitchell junior wrote on the unveiling of the South reverence for former leader slowed progress in forged heavier change with which to be bound, and he also stated that black men were here to see this monument raised and we'll be here to see it torn down. It's also illuminating to realize that even within the history. History and museum fields going rogue and staying anonymous can be the easiest ways to get something like this done. Trying to move forward in a way that everyone gets a little bit more education and understand the fully picture. It's something that a lot of museum organizations because they are held accountable by donors or grants or things like that often have to tiptoe around. Around, and are not able to come out and say, flatly, and the idea of bringing some other discussions within the community is unsettling too many people even within the historic field. There's also a technological story here. It used to be that only civic institutions could raise the funds to make something like monument, avenue what's so interesting in the city of Richmond is actually just Just like how all of these monuments risen historically, the way that the commission's work is will say, Oh, we need a monument for this person and someone is the monuments commission or someone involved in the city says, yes, that's a great idea. Let's create a commission to that and they'll come together and it's a Lotta. It's not like they don't know what they're. They're doing, but they'll all sit down in a circle and kind of say, yes, just him academic and I work in museums or I work in public history or you gotta they think they know what is right for everybody and then they'll go to Richmond City Council or whoever's Communities City Council and say we need X. amount of dollars for this piece of. Of Public Art in front of this building, and they'll say, yes, just that sounds great, and then they'll go interview a bunch of artists and choose the piece of art. But no point other actually not elected officials at no point. Does the community actually got to stay in the construction of the monument, which is exactly what happened all along. I've today historians, Kengo. Because, the tools of producing directing historical markers are relatively inexpensive. The technology to three D print. A convincing life statue of anyone or anything is right around the corner today. Are Expensive and require huge funding structures to start. But they won't be forever the tools of museum building at every level are poised to become cheaper, and when that happens, it won't just be historians going rogue. If anyone is interested, they can download our Zine completely free on studio to threes. They can if they want to. But it's really not a big deal. We're encouraging people that if you can't afford to donate or just like don't have it in new right now, that's totally fine. We'd much rather instead of donating, you have that really hard conversation with relatives or friends that you've been putting off and about how you think that language, they said that one time made you feel uncomfortable. This episode of Museum archipelago is brought to you. By S- recess an innovative. It APPS development company with smart products like pigeon, a real time intelligence platform then covers the power of way finding for your museum enabling your visitors to maximize their day at your venue. Vizier is can navigate the maze of a museum with ease conduct automated and personalized tours based on interest RSVP for events and get more information about the exhibits in front of them. Bijan is a flexible platform that can be customized to work for your museum, and because the platform takes advantage of low-cost beacon technology, the APP works offline as well. Visit Pigeon Dot Free Dot com slash museum to see how pigeon can help your museum. You can find a full transcript of this episode and links to other episodes at museum archipelago. Dot. Com Museum archipelago is supported by listeners like you who have joined club archipelago on Patriot. If, you can't get enough about how museums shape our lives join. Now for two dollars a month. If this is your first episode, subscribe to the show for free using your favorite podcast player, and if it isn't leave us a rating.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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16:51 min | 1 year ago

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"Yet fail to engage with what is really at stake, namely identifying acknowledging and removing endemic structural problems of racism in repair to form a suggestion. By more than a few people is museums wind up? The statues of problematic people in museums is the bottom of the harbour, really the right place for Statue of Colston. Of course, these questions tend to ignore that the bottom of the ocean is the final resting place for hundreds of actual. Thrown overboard from Colston's chips because they were deemed a poor investment for Colston's company on the Zeke Appel go. We've investigated what various Eastern European countries are doing with old statues of dictators like Lenin and Stalin. Monica, notice interviewed on episode. Five of this show describes how her family's native Lithuania removed. It's ubiquitous Soviet statues from city squares all across the country. The removals were events that helped build the young nation, but once the statues were removed from their original locations. No one knew quite what to do with them. Many of them ended up at something called Curtis Park a kind of half theme park that includes a massive statue garden. The statues are presented simply and somewhat randomly each has a little description of the city and square where the statue used to stand many Lithuanians and the Lithuanian government have criticized the uncritical approach to the parks laughed. Visitors are free to do whatever they want. I guess like once you got into the actual dash you. It's Kinda funny because you can do whatever you want. So like planning on top of London installing, picking their nose Tottenham on the head. Doing whatever you want but I like to think that I have some sort of connection. Some sort of understanding that spews images might have been both sterry inspirational different times. Somebody's life for me. They've always been images. That were bad like no like I. Feel like throwing I always do that. Lenin Stalin phase like these are the faces of terror that drove my grandparents out of. Yeah but. Interact with them on this like humorous level is really interesting. The situation at Bulgaria's Museum of Socialist Art in Sofia is somewhat similar. The outdoor sculpture garden is littered with statues. Commemorating Soviet power placed wherever there's room I visited many times, and I'm never quite sure how to react. There's a lot of power in deliberately taking these statues out of the context they were made for what once may have been in imposing statue, underscoring who's in charge in the public square is now just two key, leading impotently outer Rosebush in Eastern Europe the statues of. Of Lenin and Stalin and others were erected during the communist times and were swiftly removed when the system fell in the West statues erected more than one hundred years ago. Still stand without context Washington's next. Because the money he made from owning working in selling people isn't a footnote. It's the reason he was the first president. Even at the museums of Bristol Website Colston is identified as a revered philanthropist slash reviled slave trader in that order. As if the money he gave away to the city of Bristol wasn't violently extracted from the people he enslaved. It's not a sufficient answer to simply put these statues in the museum I. Don't know if there's enough museum space for all the confederate monuments in the American south or enough museum space for all the statues of King. Leopold in Belgium, but more importantly political exercise in selective remembrance neatly packaged as an unbiased archive. That statues represent is the same exercise that museums represent. Represent museums and statues are bridged together. Many of these statues are right in front of museum entrances, priming visitor for what they can expect to find inside statutes, museums share centuries long history of supporting white supremacist colonialist, racist ideologies, helping them flourish providing the evidence for them, and under girding them through their placement through their air of authority and through their supposed neutrality. The statues of American football players at American universities helps me think about this because the stakes are so low, the rivalry is so clear. Our football team has heroes and the long legacy, and it's telling that the two tools that were employed to make that point are statues and museums. This has been museum archipelago. Haven't checked out club archipelago. Now is a great time. My favorite episode of Our museum movie. Review Series archipelago at the movies is now completely free joining Rebecca. 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07:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Sense and. I'm sure you can. It's that when it's sort of misused or thoughtlessly used leeann results are bad. We can't just so glibly and unthinkingly employees something like a push button as we did before and I am honestly. I don't know that that's a bad thing. Because then it sort of forces us to think. Well how could we provide a satisfying experience in? What are the interfaces or other kinds of opportunities that we could provide them with you? Carry the content that will carry the emotional ideas that we want to carry across in episode. Twenty seven of this show. I get that. There's a certain type of content. That digital media is best suited to system simulation understanding concepts like climate change requires thinking about how complex systems interact with one. Another and computer simulations allow that type of inquiry. It's almost like a video game. Visitors tried to find the edge of the rules of the world except in an exhibit about climate change. Those rules are the rules of atmospheric and Oceanic physics. Right now the best understood and most common interface to digital media is a touchscreen. There is a certain segment of people who love their touchscreens. They're museum with touchscreens. They would do it. I'm agnostic touchscreens. In touch tables they're amazing tools but now we have to be realistic. So now you're gonNA bring somebody into a new museum and asked them to crowd around with several other people and poke at a touchscreen after what has just happened in the world. That's a that's a that's a toughie interfaces allow visitors to interact with digital media without a touchscreen and without requiring the vizier to touch anything with their hands. And if I think for example of a large floor projections system where you could even just tap with your foot to control some different parameters or different people may be on the different corners of this huge. You know large projection could be controlling in real time different parameters could imagine that actually being positive and a worthwhile experience that still takes into account a social aspect but also social distancing aspect as well as you know something that is sort of full body doesn't involve people touching their hands on that you don't have to sort of sanitized floor because people are tapping it with their feet and doing things in his most optimistic moments or sally hopes that the new approach to hands on exhibits can bring Universal Design Front and center flexibility or control with something like tapping of foot which could easily also be. Somebody wheeling their wheelchair over the active area too. I mean I think this brings the notion of universal design to a different place in a positive place. You know these these limitations in this triangulation between posts Cova nineteen perception and the notion of universal design. I'm going to be optimistic. Maybe that puts us in a better place in a more thoughtful place in more satisfying place alternately in terms of interactive experiences for visitors which. I suppose is really what the sort of all boils down to how supported our museums as institutions in various countries or parts of the world where they exist or how resilient are particular museums or museum structures that led them withstand the sort of events. But they're sally sees a silver lining an end to all those mini grocery store exhibits at children's museums. Finally be a good reason for all the children's museums in world to get rid of those horrible mini grocery store exhibit small room filled. With lots of tactile objects kids are just constantly pawing over and checking out and throwing into their many baskets and then they get put right back on the shelves already already. It's a gigantic entropy experiment. So if you're gonNA keep that experience after everyone has touched something. Hundreds of things. White and disinfect. Them all and then replace them for people to just do this. I think constraints are good thing for creativity and now we've just been thrown some public hell in perceptual constraints. We have to think about that because certainly our visitors are going to be thinking about that. If we don't show that at least we're sensitive to that our visitors could rightfully think that we are insensitive. Not only to those design constraints in those design considerations but insensitive to them as people who want to have fun and want to be safe if you haven't checked out club archipelago now is a great time. My favorite episode of Our Museum Movie Review Series Archipelago at the movies is now completely free. Join Rebecca we've seen and I as we break down two thousand four national treasure discussing the tropes of museum films now museum. 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"Com slash you to like and and we'll keep your channel sync with the library network so you can guarantee that it's not going to disappear. You have another platform that you can build an audience on and it's essentially free extra draw revenue with for so. Yeah IT'S A. It's a really great program for people who already have a youtube channel. Yeah that's amazing. I think my guy did mention that to me and he was all excited about it he said Hey. Just click a button and it's on library as well and so anyone crates content like why not do that. Why not get your stuff stuff? At least on a library for now and start pointing people to it and for a lot of US anarchists out there and less stuff we've talked about we're already being banned uncensored uncensored on on Youtube anyway so I would highly recommend that why not if you're already doing video get it up on library. Might even make some some Crypto as well while Oh you do it and and you know this is really great. So what is Your Business Model in general. How is library intending to make money out of this So we raised money both from a traditional venture capital firm and traditional fundraising round as well as a as well as from our are token we. At this point we don't have a essentially a mandate beyond growth platform and we believe we've We will have funding for some time so long as we continue to accomplish up company makes money from the blockchain Token that it retained. That will be a source of revenue for the company about ten percent of Of coins is explicitly retained for profit by company. The rest is not the rest is all. We'll all be on the markets and then if you know we will be adding advertisements. It's to the web version so we were not. We think should have choice of advertisements people who want to spend their time currency. We'll never have to watch ads but the web version does cost ban with when you're on the web version. You're not on the Peer Network Right your our web servers. Then that's not AH And so like there will be some revenue from that Any way that we can you and we're providing services so we provide on boarding off boarding financial services which is something we're looking it That's another Potential Revenue Source So Some similar to typical company. Some new In blockchain land. The truth is if you build software that successful news by large numbers of people. There's always a way to make some money off of it And I think the the world really needs this product And we've already seen from the reaction. I think we're on a good trajectory in terms of making something really big. Yeah I think so too. So if there's other funding rounds let me know We do look at some of those sort of things. We're actually looking at possibly investing in float a little bit just as venture capital type thing. But that's not a major focus of mine but if I do see certain opportunities that I really think have a good shot that we are interested and I'll make sure that on this video on Youtube. The posted down below will have the library Lincoln. I'M GONNA ask my video guide to make sure he does that. Our videos from now on and that's just a good sort of starting way for a a lot of people look at Damn. Dick Suppress Patriot. He's basically been shut off everywhere. So many people speaking the truth are just that are banned from facebook thirty shadow band so if you have an audience out there make sure they upload to library and make sure they know about put a link on Youtube Upload. A post is to facebook. I also usually post linked to the same post on floats. I can get people used to going over there and hopefully the dream is a couple years. Everyone's using things like it float and library and Youtube gone and facebook's gone and and you know that's sort of the dream may I don't know if that will ever happen but that would be the best case scenario and and really if you want other content like what we talked about here to enter cast to get out there. We really have to look at other options. Were being so shadow band and blocked on these other sites really the we have to start up our own areas that we have to get these other areas going and get them popular so spread the word on this sort of stuff let people know could subscribe and share this video video. Tell people all you got to check this out you gotta get on library and and hopefully we can grow these things that way. Yeah thank you Jeff. That's yeah that's so awesome. I I completely I completely agree It's it's And and especially with a lot of these There's there's a lot of of By getting it now you can have a lot more influence and impact in terms of in terms of where Where some of these things go? Yeah absolutely So mightly thirty of anything else that we didn't cover that you wanted to let people know but Labor. Now I don't think so check it out go use it. That's not a theoretical radical crypto projects. It's a it's a real thing so go go follow go follow Jeff on their on their jeff gets them on there so stop mobster Norman on Youtube and coming out this a library. Yeah absolutely and I don't know if you know about or if you're coming down but if you are planning on coming down let let us know if you'd like to speak it I'll let us know because we want to have as many people like yourself sir sort of a audience as possible so we can. We can grow these things That sounds awesome and I will definitely talk to you about that one. Actually one more thing since this is for you and anyone in your audience that sees this. We're trying to really pay attention to this. Censorship stuff when creators are being affected by arbitrary rules back getting ban for posting legal content. This kind of thing If you if you're a create or you see eighty stories you can contact me personally JEREMY LIBRARY DOT COM. But we're really trying to pay attention to them and step in and help people out when they got infected. That's great and and I think you probably get a lot of emails because a lot of people are being affected right now and it's just getting worse and worse Yeah if you do come to narco Bogo for anyone else out there. It's coming up February thirteenth sixteenth. If we just announced most of the main stage speakers we haven't announced health and wellness that were just denounce Crypto Polka. which is a whole four days on crypto and blockchain? We just announced the dollar vigilante summits speakers you can go check it all out at an archipelago dot com. And I'll leave it at that and so please share down below let people know get off a youtube get get off facebook. It's kind of funny. I'm on Youtube saying this but you know really like I'm surprised we're still on and it's Kinda pointless being on there anymore. For the most part parts still post there because I still have a lot of people watch the videos but we really need to start getting out of their sites like library. So I'll leave it at that and that's it for anarchist home for anarchy on the Internet peace peace love and anarchy and knock wood pulp over so hype from China Siviglia this the big year best vacation ever Bryant Park. Jeffrey three tough God just to name a few kicks so tickets. You don't WanNa miss it. You should roll through talking politics. Health improvement invested so many things. Thanks now learned how to live like four days. 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09:03 min | 2 years ago

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"Years in a row you've got a pretty good event or a pretty good budget well I mean if you've got a crap event maybe Ron Paul wouldn't show up I think he's GonNa WanNa be somewhere where you know he's got a big crowd and so and it's going to be a big crowd I think we're close to two thousand people people there last year and the the the venue itself can hold maybe around three so were close to selling out this place in fact they've rented the entire hotel again they did that for the first time last year they couldn't do it before but they had enough last year to where they could so the entire this is a resort this is a beach resort. This is your typical hotels very very beautiful location in Acapulco and so they you're GonNa be right there in the thick of it with thousands of Liberty Minded folks excrete speakers John McAfee's come in this year Sherry Peel Jackson Larkin Rows of course Jeff Berwick many wills lucrative Hausky I don't know if you heard about this but Luke Rudawsky and Jeff Berwick recently got some press for sneaking onto the the Jeffrey Epstein Island. Oh yeah I watched the video I have very jealous I was like Oh man ad I wish I had been down there they've been getting press coverage for that I saw New York Post article all about it so those guys are there too you can meet them that's going to blow blow up there's there's a huge D- There's been a meme storm like I have never seen over the the last few days of EPS memes that are just the regular memes but then they'll just randomly lease somewhere they'll put in Epstein didn't kill himself okay that span that blew up so big that Trevor Noah actually asked asked Hillary Clinton when she was on his show how did you kill but now of course he did that lead into a bit where are he was ripping on conspiracy theorists so wasn't believe he wasn confronting or he was assisting in the cover up but the but yeah it's it's it's a huge deal and it's huge news is going to be huge news in Britain if and when they actually released some of this information that they've got I think they say they're thou- Depending on the account there are thousands or tens of thousands of names that are going to come out a lot of whom are prominent people I bet and so Paul denied denied the knives well yeah of course they will but the thing that happens is once one person comes forward heard a lot of times other people can come forward and if if there are people who got victims from ah or I see it's weird I the reserve hesitating over the word over the word victim it's obviously A lot of these girls were not victims a lot of these girls were just they we're just working they were sex workers and they were doing sex workers and and they just have but then there are other girls who were either I mean some of the some of the young is like beyond the Pale young that they're talking about and that to me says it's is almost certainly nonconsensual heating there was some sex slave on I think I think there was an and the other thing is some people react to rape by submission and so and so psychologically that can be be a very powerful especially if the girl came from in abusive or sexually abusive family so in a lot of these cases this is I think their first interactions with Epstein worry but then they later justified fight it somehow and justified it in in their minds because like I got three hundred bucks for that rape so come back and do it again well it's it's not it's it's not just that but if she's looking at him at a boyfriend figure or a father figure and in their experience violent violent relationships are the norm if daddy was abusive exactly if daddy was abusive to mommy or to them than maybe they just latch onto to a new relationship but don't recognize that it's sick I mean there's a whole science to how pimps manipulate a women and especially young women and it's it's devious even where it doesn't violate the nap the nonaggression from principals is what you mean there well anyway just kinda brought that up as two of the guys who are going to be speaking at anarchy Pulkovo both lucrative Danja per week we'll be there February sixteen excuse me thirteenth through the sixteenth so it's coming up in just a few months so get your tickets now start planning to attend and you're going to have a good time there's Scrape speakers will be discussing entrepreneurship proprietorship investments politics philosophy health sustainability lifestyles and personal relationships on the sun and beaches of a world class resorts beautiful place to go and I recommend it an archipelago dot com use Promo Code let's go to Jimmy the gentleman who was on the line unfortunately dropped off so let's just talk to Jimmy he's in Tennessee Yup you're in Chattanooga listening listening to Wgn Boys Jimmy Yeah down here we've got a big event going on from Illinois there's several thousand people here on Illinois what what a heck of event Anyway Day event what I'm thinking about is you know everybody's one way or the other sort of speak left to right or you know Democrat Republican and there's so much division but I'm thinking you shouldn't be because last you can go last week government figures came out that sixty seven percent and they lay out all the all the writing all the digits in the billions sixty seven percent of federal spending is entitlement spending okay and and what I'm thinking is more more that's socialism searches that would be you socialism but more socialism on borrowed money how can anybody not see that that puts us in jeopardy the US dollar the Treasury's that are are out there what is what is so obvious that that that level adept pending it's just not going to be sustainable it's already sustained through twenty twenty three trillion or whatever twenty three billion dollars what is it trillion trillion dollars is the national debt and the answer to your question is modest modern and monetary theory which is what they call the monetary theory that Bernie Sanders and Eos c are pushing and basically the the premise behind this as you can just keep printing money forever Venezuelan monetary theory exactly I don't understand it's worked for them for many many years right like you know they can look over at Venezuela and say yeah well they just printed too much too fast we've got it under control here see we've got a limit to how much we print fine what's what's the problem yeah and then along the problem is that you can hold the collapse in abeyance but you can't prevent hold the forever exactly you can only postponing a newsletter from an investment fund and you would recognize if I mention it they put out it it's the dollar would have dropped as much as three percents in value it'd be a fifty you fifty likelihood of a run out of US treasuries that there's over a hundred funds hedge funds mutual holden between one hundred and two hundred billion Dan in treasuries and the quote them they said in that scenario in three days the dollar would become inconsequential when you say three percent you mean unlike dropping one day three percents drops more than three percent a year that depends on the number of cooked the way they depicted supercenter at what's up with that then three percent were confirmed by over three I'll tell you what thank you Jimmy for the call tonight I appreciate hearing from you I suspect the inflation rate is much higher than three percent of the government numbers yeah the calculations understated systematically time big time we can continue in this.

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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Museum Archipelago

11:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Welcome to museum archipelago. I'm Ian Elsner Pews Eum archipelago guides you through the rocky landscape of museums each episode so he's never longer than fifteen minutes so let's get started in the middle of Bulgaria not far from the crumbling boozers monument why as the town of gap reveal situated in the Valley of the Balkan mountains the city prides itself on its unique brand of humor. Many local jokes are self deprecating about the gap ravine obsession with frugality and entrepreneurship and center around the comical links. The townspeople go to save money. The Mascot of the city is a black cat without a tail. It said the bruins prefer cats without tails because then they can shut the door faster when they let their cats out saving on their heating bills. This used to be the kind of humor that exist in data in the region around gobble not owning governable but then abrazos abuse were smart enough to brand it as there's best the entrepreneur does entrepreneurial course this is Margarita Sheriff's. Go hello my name. AMY'S MARGARITA DOT COM. I'm curator by profession and I'm director of the Museum of Humor and sat are based in Gobble Bulgaria. The museum was founded founded in one thousand nine hundred seventy two before the wall fell. This location was known as the Communist capital of humor extending its reach across eastern bloc countries and and also into certain circles in the West. I visited gap radio because I wanted to find out how this political humor and Satire Museum could have started here during Communist Times yes and how the museum is tackling. The global memed driven culture of the world today. There are a couple of precursors that we have to go through to understand how the Museum of two things one is the governor of jokes so someone announced a competition in the newspaper that the municipalities paying certain amount for each job that gets druid into a collection of the jokes so they collected a lot of a lot of these jokes made a book and this book was this absolute bestseller. It was immediately translating of course in the Russian those who in different languages like French English German and it started selling L. Inc very very well and the other thing that happened was car narrowed the Ghabra Carnival which was restarted in the sixties this and it is typical for being a carnival a with a lot of political humor and satire the people running the Carnival and later the museum were experts at walking up to the line without crossing it when we speak of political satire do not imagine that the general secretary of the of the part to being saturated it was very clear to what level of satire can reach so satire was an instrument in the hands of good communists to fight. Dole's who abused power but to certain level so talk to maybe your local exactly exactly 'cause very clear you're aware to set our can reach as to the governor will joke. They're not political they deal with the economy with them and tolliday of the of the local people combining the two or maybe more realistically using the Gabar Vo Jokes as a Trojan horse to present more political satire was what led some entrepreneurial Gab ravines to open the museum typical will style day didn't Butte a new building Aberdeen refurbished old leather factory so the building we are in name is a former ladder factory for secrets cheaper second it could go slightly notice because you don't need the same kind of permissions nations to build and to refurbish and if you wanted your out of the mainstream project to succeed in Communist Bulgaria asking for permission was not the way to go. The museum started to put on. BNL's festivals held every two years which featured invited Western guests. The first was in nineteen seventy three. They immediately started with the bi-annual. The first edition was dedicated to Kerr tools and small satirical sculpture. It was international and they brought in the jury amazing amazing names like amazing petunias international out so how could how could that exist well. If you ooh think of that time most Tunis in the Western World would be critical. They'll be leftist so they'll be very welcome in Bulgaria and that indeed the gathering place for people from East and West but there was a problem with that first biannial the jury selected for first prize a cartoonist from Turkey Berkey a country on the other side of the Iron Curtain Director. Oh well what we did and they started asking themselves between never asked for permission mission to make that make an international together. All these people are going to be a huge problem. What are we going to do and then he thought okay don't think I can do is go straight to the monster. So the museum's director went straight to the daughter of the general secretary very with Mela Sheesh Cova who would later become Bulgaria's minister of culture. She was she was good enough to listen. She was smart to pursue seve good ideas and support them. So it worked she came she opened the be annual. Antidote went to on well and they never gave award award having more to a cartoonist coming from a country. That's the initial. The museum and the bienial kept growing until communism collapsed in one thousand nine hundred nine nine thousand nine hundred nine. They had more than eighty four in guests artists jewelry coming in for a new and that was massive after eighty nine was the collapse indeed at that time there were more than one hundred people working king house of Humour Mark. Because if you think of all the different departments cinema literature folklore it was big enterprise. We need a lot of events tweets amazing executions when I look at photos from exhibitions from the seventies and eighties. I'm absolutely astonished by exhibition designed. You see it's it's amazing. It's so well done. I don't think anywhere in Belgrade Bulgaria exhibitions were so good. After the collapse the museum staff shrink to a skeleton crew as you can imagine until one thousand nine hundred ninety nine my colleagues would insist that humor is juniper very so that whole human being laugh and humor is omnipresent than Union for so and so on the first fight I short of had to have with the team when I came was to say I'm sorry but humor is not universal. Humor is so culture based. It's totally coacher base. Of course it's safe for into say humor is universal and not go into political humor. It's safer but you don't do your job. Our mission needs to be very very timely to very actual to show things that are happening today from their museum can do that. Who else would be able to do that while it has improved over the past decade in Bulgaria. Media Freedom is declining most of the press has been purchased by the guards and corruption and collusion between in media and politicians is widespread. You know there are issues with freedom of expression in Bulgaria Freedom Media media media ownership and so on so at least a museum should be some sort of outlet the museum addresses the Civic Space in Bulgaria with a new temporary Rachel exhibit called Garden Town. The charming subtitle is where mischief has a happy end motive of town where the different neighborhoods address different issues such as you know graffiti. You're invited to draw or voting over. Dare the place where you go by a yourself and it's accidentally a toilet but also voting rule then we have some guerrilla gardening making bumps of seeds leads and then finally is the park where kids because they usually come in groups. They are invited to sit down and have a discussion and reach a decision to give them some advice about how to have a discussion and also explain how they could reach decision like tossing a coin or consensus. ASSOC- or voting or you know different offices including anarchy. It's really something to see how far the museum has come from starting within the Communist system to reinventing itself to remain relevant in ways that are crucially important to a modern Bulgarian audience. The roofs good mitts that the next stage of reinventing interpreting interpreting humor on the Internet to an audience that lives mostly online hasn't happened just yet the first big challenge. I could think of when I I when I learnt that. The museum is looking for director aching to retire looked at it. I was really impressed and then I told okay. How can you change this place. What can you do about it. And how can you make it really fun when all the funny near is on your phone you know you can just scroll. Oh for hours and you wouldn't stop laughing. So what can museum do about that. Are we supposed to show the same things. No I mean you don't go to museums due to look at something that you see on your phone. Internet certainly has changed humor a lot and this is an exhibition that we've been planning for ages and we're trying to to find the right research team to prepare that means different. Thank fully games. It's really interesting to see how Internet has been changing humor and where are we at now. The way that jokes jokes developed in Gabarevo where people told slightly different versions to each other and in the process carefully distilled the most sharable essence of the joke mirrors. Here's the way that memes are forged in online communities constantly morphing to get more attention. Maybe the best chance we have of interpreting communities. He's on line and off comes from a humor museum. The Gabar Vo Museum of Humor and satire which has already morphed through twenty years of communism and thirty years of democracy accuracy is a good place to start. Just close the door quickly when you let the cat out this has been museum archipelago the you'll find full transcript of this episode along with shouts at Museum Archipelago Dot Com Club archipelago members get access to the bonus podcast feed that sort of like the director's commentary into the main show fund extras like stickers support the show and join club archipelago today today the two dollars Patriot dot com slash museum competitive. Thanks for listening and next time bring a friend..

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Museum Archipelago

02:19 min | 2 years ago

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"Colonized or pressed one of. The first things that's targeted is, is arts and culture in artists works. You've been either destroyed or a commodified, or appropriated and these are the same things that we see within Newseum 's at we see within the realm of what exotic -ceptable within our culture. I want us to continuously strive to create opportunities to speak up against the restrictions or the barriers that have been placed on people of color within arts and culture. My work really out of you look at all the things that I've been doing falls under two, you know, two parts is, it's really just looking at ways to support people of color to increase our visibility to facilitate our employment and get us more entrenched in the creative economy. And also on the other part call out in challenge. Ange and address, you know they barriers and, and, and the, you know, hierarchies and, you know, issues that relate to specifically, you know, racism and lack of opportunity in the field for people of color. And so that's what I'm continuously doing is just working on ways to shift, this field and move it into where we can see much more equity, much more diversity much more Harrity, as well in the field is incredibly important to me. This has been museum or Pelayo. You'll find a full transcript of this episode along with show notes at museum, archipelago dot com. Club, archipelago members get access to bonus podcast feed that sort of like the director's commentary to the main show and fun, extras, like stickers, support the show and join club archipelago today for two dollars at patriot dot com slash museum. Archipelago thanks for listening and next time. Bring a friend.

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Museum Archipelago

07:25 min | 2 years ago

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"That that is true of secular museums, too. That's why we're all fighting over who's going to buy for several million dollars. The best specimen of T, Rex and so on, because we all know dinosaurs cell. But at the same time, given the counter narrative being told at these museums about dinosaurs and humans living together. Yes, I did feel some discomfort to why build a museum Garcia argues that there are three significant and interrelated reasons. The first museums are seen as credible. Museums really have a long. History in the US ads places of scientific research and public education in the twentieth, century. They were sometimes referred to as cathedrals of science this idea that they were buildings where we set for, you know, the best of human knowledge, and human endeavor, and everything that, that the collective knowledge of our species was placed in these, these buildings for everyone to see and to learn from so simply by attaching that phrase that word museum it just automatically gives what's inside the building a sheen in Fred ability, that otherwise wouldn't have if it were called a theme park or a bible center or something like that. The second reason also relates to the focus on dinosaurs. Museums are more entertaining than school, bible study, or bible school. It's kind of entertaining that a lot of teachers. Are going to like a lot of parents and teachers, they want an educational experience for kids. And so a lot of parents who might not want to spend the money to take kids to what they feel. It is kind of a frivolous day. The theme park can get behind the idea of taking them to a museum where they're going to be learning about science, and they're going to be learning wholesome things, and kind of bettering themselves now going along with that. The entertainment value is a decent amount of money. At least that's the time that I was writing my thesis. I know that evangelical were the primary audience for a market of about four billion dollars a year in the religious entertainment industry. The final reason going directly to the people number three. I think honestly might even be the most important of them, which is that a museum let's creationist speak directly to the people in. Unfiltered and kind of unchallenged way. And I think this is a large part of a larger movement away from what creationist had been doing, which was bringing these challenges in the court system. They in the sixties. Seventies eighties had suffered a string of kind of stinging defeats the court when things go right? A legal proceeding designed to get to the truth, and part of getting to the truth is subjecting, subjecting assertions to rigorous cross-examination and you have someone sitting up there, the judge who makes rulings about what is a good argument and what's not, and can keep certain evidence out and can rule on who qualifies as an expert. And those were things that weren't going well for. Creationist you know, after they lost a number of these cases, they started moving more toward this museum model. And I think that is because there is no cross examination in a museum in fact, there is no opposite point of view. If you don't want to give it, there's no requirement that you describe, how other people see evidence or that you respond to criticisms of the way that you are presenting your point of view, being able to go directly to your audience without a middleman is one of the main ways the media landscape more broadly has changed. There's now more space for viewpoints that used to be far outside the mainstream to directly attract their own audience, and it doesn't have to be on the level of a single institution. Either Garcia talks about guides to scientifically informed museums zoos and aquariums for sale in the creation, museum's gift shop. Meant to be used at these other institutions for alternative Biblically, correct interpretations of their displays. I know that in addition to those printouts that you can purchase through enters in Genesis in other sources. There are also some organizations that provide these tours such as a group called Biblically correct tours that does tours of natural history, museums. And my understanding of how these were is that essentially, it's an offshoot of this idea of the two model approach, which is the idea that evolution and creationism are two competing philosophies, and that they essentially look at the same evidence, but they just draw different conclusions. And so, by having a sort of Biblically, correct tour of the museum dis organizations, explain how creationism is not opposed to SCI this in their view. You because they know that Americans for the most part like science, nobody wants to be anti science. So if anybody disagrees about things like climate change, or Evelyn, h-, usually, the way that it is phrase is not. Well, I don't like science and I just reject science. It's more. Well, I take a different view of the science and, you know, there are two sides to the story and I follow this interpretation, and so on. It's not just that museum goers, like science Garcia points out that audiences tend to trust information more if it's presented in a high tech style. In her conclusion, there see a rights that it seems probable that in the years to come. We will see the construction of more museums, most likely in the high tech style of the answers in Genesis creation museum, which has proven to be quite lucrative now. It's easier for people through media like Twitter and through buildings like their own. Creation, museums to kind of claim the same sort of authority and have an impact that they otherwise might not have, you know, in the past, where they wouldn't they wouldn't have had that ability to get their message out this has been museum archipelago. You can find show notes and a full transcript of this episode at museum, archipelago dot com. If you liked this episode you can support the show and get some fun benefits like logo stickers and the bonus podcast feed by joining club archipelago on patriarch special, thanks to club, archipelagos, newest member and host of the excellent museums in strange places podcast. Hannah half man. Thanks for listening and next time. Bring a friend.

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09:38 min | 2 years ago

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"Record keeping it's full of so many of these great examples. So folks, who were sort of thinking in multiple direct one time, and how we do things like accumulate data and then build stores around them and the co founders of the project, purposely structured the initiative to mirror, the energy and collective commitments of the colored conventions themselves. When of the first things that struck me when I visited the project website was the terms of use for the projects data. The data are freely accessible, but when you go to download the site ask you to commit to the following principles. I honor CCP's commitment to the use of data humanizes and acknowledges, the black people who. Collected organizational histories are assembled here, although the subjects of databases are often reduced to abstract data points. I will contextualized a narrate the condition of the people who appear as data and to name them when possible as forming explains principles like these reflect the wholeness of black communities, and is an example of one of the ways that the project intentionally and in practice continues. The principles of the colored convention movement itself to respect, not just collect whenever possible way try to intervene in the ways in which black people are represented in academic. They says in ways that do honor to the ways in which the delegates and the conventions were intervening about the ways in which black people and communities were represented in the larger press in the law, and in the exclusionary politics, which tried to erase them. Big data. Seth tend to call things items, right? Black people showed up on ledgers as items, we have a whole history of being turned into objects and objects. And our language that are very common are the nomenclature in libraries, than in museums in the ways, in which we talk about the things that we curate, and so we wanted at all moments testify, and witnessed to the humanity and the narratives of named people whose histories have been disregard and who can be turned to quickly into data sets in ways that are extraordinarily uncomfortable considering the history of objectification and ownership that is the legacy of black people's existence in these United States over more than four hundred years that I think. What we're trying to make sure does not happen that people come to the use of data which is collected in a group of people who wants to respect not just collect though work of people who came before us and largely made our existence in our study possible. And we wanna do that in ways that always is human izing to them. And to us in those burger points out part of the project's purpose is to change the overall narrative of the most often told version of black American history in the nineteenth century, very rushed out a detailed notion of abolitionist in this country. Don't understand actually, the John had abolitionist American, nor do we that understand the way that after working activism, shape contemporary, quote unquote, American lotion of civil right? Of who gets to vote. And why of who gets? He and in a German, racial imbalance allow one soared to dominate movie ability to actually see what happens and they're holding move. He understand what happened. And it also than these this, I think, to create a kind of some of the churn history, American progress than American this neutrality. The co host racial such etcetera that truth allies were much more interested in what I can Americans miss saying about African Americans more involved in creating this movement. And that's one of the reasons that the under study of the convention movement, is a particularly agree GIS Desra member ans- because the movement speaks to the continuous targeting of communities of color in. In this country that has gone on more or less uninterrupted and documents, much longer history of organized protests and formal petitioning for fair and equal treatment of those communities. The C C P is also studying the social network of the convention goers. When you list out who attended which conference you begin to see patterns, not only of prolific delegates, but also the infrastructure around the conventions. The project has even organized records like reviews of boarding, houses, the conference goers, stayed, in another key principle of the project is a commitment to resurrecting women's centrality to the movement records of which might not be as widely published that took a great deal of energy to host a convention that those conventions had hundreds and hundreds of people attending and that those people were men and women, and that women were responsible. For the boarding houses, and the feeding and the housing of the delegates and that so many conversations and political strategy sessions. We know also happened in those informal places. So the project has been committed to resurrecting in centrality in the history that they have been a raised from or anonymous d- in in terms of the records themselves, but that we know they were central to in the actual historical moment. And we have strategies and protocols to make sure as we resurrect this history that women are included in the history that they helped to create QC makes the point that the original convention, goers, were really good at getting lots of people involved in the movement. And this presents yet another opportunity for the project to mirror, the movement. We know that if we can do just enough to help get folks up and running participating different kinds of ways that we can really expand the numbers of who can. Participate in preserving and creating access to this history to that idea. We've created this annual holiday to celebrate the birthday Frederick Douglass and what we do every year, we get birthday cakes and we sing happy birthday, and we get together with groups, and we give out these organizing kits to help folks at other locations and communities in schools, organize their own events and together all in one afternoon. Relag online, and we transcribe documents together with the idea that we're both celebrating something. But we're also inviting folks to participate in building arts of the history that we're talking about Douglas day wasn't created by the colored conventions project, but is another example of resurrecting something that already existed before the redefines take place on Frederick Douglass is chosen birthday February fourteenth, and in two thousand nineteen will be held at the university of Delaware Morris library and the African American museum of Philadelphia. They will also be live streamed over the internet. I think a good way to describe the colored conventions project is as an open research framework with a very strong set of principles. It is remarkable for me to see the organizing tools that I think of his modern or at least native to the internet, have their roots in this understudied movement of nineteenth century, black activism, it's also interesting to think how other projects and institutions can contribute and follow some of the same organizational principles. There is a place for storytelling in the midst of all this data. And in fact, that's what tends to connect with people. And that's something that is shared between museum digital spaces, some of the very questions about excess ability and participation that museums are attempting to grapple with finally at the stage where also engaging as a project that creates digital content and digital store. Stories about this extraordinarily group of delegates and participants and hosts who made this movement possible. You can learn more about the colored conventions project by visiting colored conventions dot org. This has been museum archipelago. You'll find a full transcript of this episode along with show nuts at museum, archipelago dot com. I'm so happy to announce that museum archipelago stickers are now available. These feature special treatments of the logo and a perfect for museum conferences, or just to signal, your favorite inciteful museum podcast. The pack of five Sixers is only available to club archipelago members at any contribution level. Join by February I twenty nineteen at patriotair dot com slash museum archipelago to ensure you get your stickers special thanks to club archipelagos newest member Simon. Aubin dorf. Thanks for listening and next time. Bring a friend.

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"archipelago dot com" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

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"archipelago dot com" Discussed on Tips for Travellers Podcast

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