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A blog post by Assistant Director Deborah Cardin. On Monday, March 18, JMM staff members and volunteers gathered for an oral history training workshop. With more than 700 interviews in our collections, oral histories form an important part of the … Continue reading
Day two of intern orientation came and went – surprisingly smoothly and I don’t think we’ve lost any interns yet! It’s been a pretty exhausting 2 days for everyone and the summer is just beginning!
By Robyn Hughes, MA Yesterday I attended docent training for the Jewish Museum of Maryland’s Spring exhibition titled Loring Cornish: In Each Other’s Shoes. This exhibition explores the shared experiences of African Americans and American Jews which include: violent persecution, … Continue reading