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Creating Equitable Access for Diverse Populations

Published: 2018-07-01

Published on Jan 1, 2018

This article presents three different perspectives on achieving equitable access to arts education for diverse groups. Although these views grow out of different contexts, they share some key components:
  • Open conversations about the difficult issues of race, ethnicity, and class, both within an organization and with communities it serves.
  • Emphasis on long-term community engagement and collaboration, including partnerships with organizations and institutions outside the arts.
  • Honoring the cultural knowledge, experience, and perspective of all those being served.

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