From 6 April to 10 April 2020, Active History 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. This series was also published in French on the website Histoire Engagée
To access each blog, please click on the links below or here to access the entire series.
- 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