From 6 April to 10 April 2020, we shared a series of posts reflecting on the development of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights’ exhibit, “Ododo Wa: Stories of Girls in War.” Together, this series of posts outlines a unique approach to the curation of human rights stories that serve as an example for collaborative and thoughtful museum work.
- Curating Ododo Wa/Our Stories by Isabelle Masson
- “Ododo Wa:” Researching and Communicating Difficult Knowledge by Annie Bunting, with Patricia Trudel
- Sharing, Healing, Advocating by Evelyn Amony
- Telling my Story Through Words and Artefacts by Grace Acan
- Resuscitating Stories: Some Reflections on the “Ododo Wa” Exhibit and Experience by Gilbert Nuwagira
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