Calls for Museums to Divest from Police Intensify as Protests Sweep United States

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, Jun 5, 2020
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

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As calls to defund the police intensify across the United States in the wake of countless incidents of killing and military-style violence by police, art museums are facing a reckoning over their relationships with local law enforcement. Arts workers nationwide are calling on cultural institutions to divest from police and to instead invest in communities—in particular Black communities—as part of the effort to support the Black Lives Matter movement and other groups.

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Voon, Claire. Calls for Museums to Divest from Police Intensify as Protests Sweep United States. ARTnews, June 2020, https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/museums-police-divest-black-lives-matter-1202690076/.
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Voon, Claire. “Calls for Museums to Divest from Police Intensify as Protests Sweep United States.” New York, United States: ARTnews, June 5, 2020. https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/museums-police-divest-black-lives-matter-1202690076/.
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Voon, C. (2020, June 5). Calls for Museums to Divest from Police Intensify as Protests Sweep United States. https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/museums-police-divest-black-lives-matter-1202690076/
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@article{Voon2020Calls, publisher = {ARTnews}, address = {New York, United States}, title = {Calls for Museums to Divest from Police Intensify as Protests Sweep United States}, url = {https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/museums-police-divest-black-lives-matter-1202690076/}, author = {Voon, Claire}, date = {2020-06-05}, year = {2020}, month = {6}, day = {5}, }