Monuments, memory and the new museums: Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
“Without memory we cease to be human beings.” —Ivan Klima in Lahti, Finland, 1990.
Didn’t realize it, but yesterday was Manitoba Day. http://t.co/EPeTnUE0x8— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) May 13, 2014
You know when I start thematically pinning on Pinterest it’s a bit terrifying because I don’t entirely know where it’s going to go :B— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) May 13, 2014
Anyway pinning 2day. Manitoba, Museum of Human Rights, the decline of faith in monuments as means to transmit memory http://t.co/ugtdFzLSgw— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) May 13, 2014
Canadian Museum for Human Rights set to open in Sept. It has 4 main sections (cloud, roots, mountain & Tower of Hope) pic.twitter.com/FDTQgRfUYc— Imee Dumawal RN (@imee1209) May 9, 2014
Had a chance to tour the Canadian Museum of Human Rights in Winnipeg prior to the start of the AAWG meeting tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/hUNgDrKlj8— Betty Ann Lavallee (@CAPChief) May 13, 2014
That building is gorgeous. Maybe not too long from now I’ll have a look at the real thing, not a photo lovely as they are. :-)— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) May 13, 2014