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Black Hair as Metaphor Explored through Duoethnography and Arts-Based Research

Kathy J. Brown and Lynnette M. Gilbert | Originally published in 2021
This article includes Classroom Connections.

Walls Are Not Black and White: Student Exploration of Border Walls through Creative Writing

Lisa Falk and Marge Pellegrino | Originally published in 2021
This article includes Classroom Connections.

Pieces of Now: Arts Born of Protest

Carol Ghiorsi Hart | Originally published in 2021

The Urban Art Mapping Project: A Discussion of Street Art Preservation and Antiracism

Frederica Simmons, Amber Delgado, Rachel Weiher, Eve Wasylik, Adem Ojulu, Olivia Tjokrosetio, Shukrani Nangwala, Heather Shirey, Paul Lorah, and David Todd Lawrence | Originally published in 2021

A Material Culture Approach to Academic Writing: Protests, Pandemic, and Community-Engaged Pedagogy

Incoronata Inserra | Originally published in 2021
This article includes Classroom Connections.

A Focus on Folklife: Fostering Cultural Equity at HistoryMiami Museum

Michael Knoll, Tina Menendez, and Vanessa Navarro Maza | Originally published in 2020

Folk Culture: A Vessel for Equity in Education

Selina Morales | Originally published in 2020
Read an interview with Ira L. Bond, included in this article.

The Stories We Tell: Disrupting the Myth of Neutrality in Math through Counternarratives

Kristyn Lue and Blake O’Neal Turner | Originally published in 2020

Untold Stories, Unsung Heroes: Using Visual Narratives to Resist Historical Exclusion, Exoticization, and Gentrification in Boston Chinatown

Carolyn Leung Rubin, Loan Thi Dao, Izabela Villanueva, and Cynthia Woo | Originally published in 2020
This article includes Classroom Connections.

The Ohio Field School: A Collaborative Model for University-Community Research

Katherine Borland, Cassie Rosita Patterson, and Jasper Waugh-Quasebarth | Originally published in 2020

Let's stand together, rep my tribe forever: Teaching Toward Equity through Collective Songwriting at the Yakama Nation Tribal School

Kaity Cassio Igari, Juliana Cantarelli Vita, Jack Flesher, Cameron Armstrong, Skúli Gestsson, and Patricia Shehan Campbell | Originally published in 2020

Ago/Ame: Co-Teaching Community Cultural Knowledge with a Local Expert

Avalon Brimat Nemec with Jeannine Osayande | Originally published in 2020

Revitalizing Folk Art within the Community

Beverly Robinson | Originally published in 2020

Documenting Power, Beauty, and Responsibility in Action

Stephen Furze, Photographer | Originally published in 2020

A Note on the Pedagogy of Equity

Diana Baird N’Diaye | Originally published in 2020

We Are All Essential: Is the Heart the Last Frontier?

Madaha Kinsey-Lamb | Originally published in 2020

Introduction: Newcomers and Belonging

Paddy Bowman and Lisa Rathje | Originally published in 2017

Heritage Repatriation and Educational Sovereignty at an Ojibwe Public School

B. Marcus Cederström, Thomas A. DuBois, Tim Frandy, and Colin Gioia Connors | Originally published in 2016

Like a Jazz Song: Designing for Community Engagement in Museums

Suzanne Seriff | Originally published in 2016
This article is part of the Local Learning Focus: The Gallery of Conscience.

Dismantling Racism in Museum Education

Marit Dewhurst and Keonna Hendrick | Originally published in 2016

The Urgency of Empathy and Social Impact in Museums

Mike Murawski | Originally published in 2016

Pen Tapping: Forbidden Folklore

Anna Beresin | Originally published in 2015

Expressing and Reading Identity through Photographs

Lisa Falk | Originally published in 2014
This article includes Classroom Connections

The Will to Adorn Youth Access Program

Sally A. Van de Water | Originally published in 2014
This article is part of the The Will to Adorn project.

The Smithsonian’s Will to Adorn Youth Access Project: Engaging and Connecting Youth through Community Based Cultural Research and Presentation

Diana Baird N’Diaye | Originally published in 2014
This article is part of the The Will to Adorn project.

Art of Style @ JazzFest

Jenna Bonistalli and Elise Gallinot Goldman | Originally published in 2014
This article is part of the The Will to Adorn project.

A Closer Look at AS220 Youth

Anne Kugler | Originally published in 2014
This article is part of the The Will to Adorn project.

Behind the Lens: Girls of Color in the Media at the Museum of the African Diaspora

Indiia Wilmott | Originally published in 2014
This article is part of the The Will to Adorn project.