Recent Blog Focuses on Structural Racism in Historic Preservation Standards

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Jeremy Wells examines structural racism in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and the U.S. Secretary of the Interior’s Standards in a recent blog post for Lived Heritage Studies, which aims to provide solutions to inform non-profit and private/public sector communication and education strategies, placemaking efforts, and policy for heritage places in the US and internationally.

Jeremy Wells, “Uncovering Structural Racism in Federal Preservation Policy: Racial/Gender/Professional Purity,” Lived Heritage Studies Blog (September 8, 2022):

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