Council of State Archivists (CoSA) Issues Statement on Cultural Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Access
From the CoSA Website:
The CoSA Board of Directors approved a statement last month committing the organization to examining its work and supporting member organizations as they address societal inequities and build a diverse and inclusive future. The statement offers a variety of reflective activities to assist organizations, including review of mission, vision, and values statements to examine historical biases, and promoting open and honest dialogue about the institution’s past and plans for its future.
Direct to Complete Statement
1 pages; PDF.
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