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Spring 2014 Forum Journal: Imagining a More Inclusive Preservation Program

03-08-2016 16:57

America boasts countless expressions of cultural identity and pride. And the entire preservation movement is vastly enriched when we recognize and celebrate this diverse national legacy. The spring issue of the Forum Journal takes a fresh look at how preservation acknowledges diversity and suggests ways to rethink some of our existing preservation practices in order to embrace and enjoy a broader, more inclusive history.

Table of Contents

  • America’s Diversity—A History Worth Preserving by Kenneth Salazar
  • Diversity in Preservation: Rethinking Standards and Practices by Vince Michael
  • A Matter of Alignment: Methods to Match the Goals of the Preservation Movement by Raymond W. Rast
  • The Path to Big Mama’s House: Historic Preservation, Memory and African-American History by Clement Alexander Price
  • A Developer’s Perspective: Embracing Diversity in Economic Development by Larry Curtis
  • Video: Interviews with Diversity Scholars
  • In Their Own Words: Advocates for Diversity in Preservation Share their Thoughts by Tanya Bowers and Elizabeth Byrd Wood

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Author(s):Kenneth Salazar, Vince Michael, Raymond W. Rast, Clement Alexander Price, Larry Curtis, Tanya Bowers, Elizabeth Byrd Wood
Volume:28
Issue:3
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