In partnership with Beyond Conflict, a global initiative internationally recognized for its powerful new approaches to achieving peace in divided societies, the BMA hosts Building an Inclusive Baltimore: A New Lens for Inclusion. Hear from leaders in conflict resolution, behavioral science, and the arts as they share the drivers of exclusion and the ways people consciously and unconsciously act. The event seeks to apply these insights to spark strategies for cultural organizations to more meaningfully engage with and reflect their communities.
May 4 · 6:30pm – 8:30pm Free
Please note that this event is free and open to all. Tickets will not be issued—seating is on a first come, first served basis. The BMA does recommend that you arrive early.
Speakers and Moderators:
- Rebecca Saxe, Principal Investigator, SaxeLab for Social Cognitive Neuroscience, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool, activist and former South African Ambassador to the U.S
- Carrie Mae Weems, Contemporary Artist, MacArthur Genius Award recipient
- Jeannie Howe, Executive Director, Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance
- Mark Muller, Senior Advisor to the United Nations Envoy to Syria
- Christopher Bedford, BMA Dorothy Wagner Wallis Director
- Timothy Phillips, Co-Founder and CEO of Beyond Conflict
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