LANDMARKS STATEMENT ON RACIAL JUSTICE
As millions of people raise their voices to protest systemic racism and violence against Black people in our country, we at Landmarks stand in solidarity. During this past year we began to recognize our own blind spots and inequities in our program, and are working to identify and address our shortcomings. We recommit to making every aspect of our program anti-racist.
Our goals range from improving staff and artist diversity to expanding collaborations with underrepresented communities. We welcome all ideas for improving diversity, equity, inclusivity, and accessibility in our program.
Landmarks stands with the Fine Arts Diversity Committee and the Black Graduate Student Association. Their powerful statements and resources are below.
Andrée Bober, director
Nisa Barger, assistant director for collections
Kathleen Brady Stimpert, deputy director
Deb Duval, event coordinator
Kanitra Fletcher, Landmarks Video curator
André (Dré) Fuqua, assistant to the director
Christine Gwillim, education coordinator
Bill Haddad, technology manager
Mary Margaret Kennedy, business administrator
Reagan Woodlock, graphic designer
Ali Wysopal, collections assistant
Stephanie Sandoval, communications coordinator
Stephanie Taparauskas, assistant director for development