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From the Editor-in-Chief
Cynthia Robinson

From the Guest Editors

Race Isn’t Just a “Black Thing” – The Role That Museum Professionals Can Play in Inclusive Planning and Programming
Esther J. Washington & Anna F. Hindley

The National Museum of African American History and Culture: The Vision
Lonnie G. Bunch

Early Childhood Racial Identity – The Potential Powerful Role for Museum Programing
Anna F. Hindley and Julie Olsen Edwards

The Time is Now: Empowering Educators to Examine and Address Race in Their Classrooms
Candra Flanagan

Talking about Social Justice in a National Museum
Deirdre Cross

Social Media for Social Justice
Lanae Spruce and Kaitlyn Leaf

Taking the Next Step: Confronting the Legacies of Slavery at Historic Sites
Linnea Grim, Callie Hawkins, Jackie Jecha, Linda Powell, K. Allison Wickens, Candra Flanagan

Tools, Frameworks and Case Studies

Pedagogical Framework: Interpreting Tools by Imagining Their Use
Alistair Kwan

Involving the Child in the Management of Science Museums: A Tool of Social Transformation
Jose Antonio Gordillo Martorell

What the Research Says

What Do Caregivers Notice And Value About How Children Learn Through Play in a Children’s Museum?
Susan M. Letourneau, Robin Meisner, Jessica L. Neuwirth, David M. Sobel