Diversity and inclusion — open collections from across the world
Digitised cultural heritage collections can play an important role in protecting and promoting diversity and inclusion. Explore this selection of material from across the world featuring the cultural heritage of various communities:
1. The collection of National Museum of African American History and Culture via Smithsonian 3. The Black Experience in Children’s Books: Selections from Augusta Baker’s Bibliographies from the collection of The New York Public Library 5. A selection of photogravures from the project Beyond Measure by Edward Curtis — McCord Museum
In a Piegan Lodge, 1910, Edward Sherrif Curtis, McCord Museum, No Known Copyright Restrictions
6. Helsinki Pride from the collection of the Finnish Heritage Agency on Europeana
Helsinki Pride 2013, Meliss aHanhirova, Finnish Heritage Agency, CC BY
A doll in a traditional costume, Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen. CC BY-SA
8. Sign language alphabets from Wellcome Collection on Europeana 10. Photographs of Manchu People from Wellcome Collection on Europeana We hope this content will inspire you to create your own stories celebrating diversity & inclusion. Submit it for our creative competition
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Do you know other interesting openly licensed collections we should feature? Let us know in the comments!
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