The global Black Lives Matter protests have highlighted the ongoing issues facing First Nations people in Australia. For UQ Art Museum they have provided an opportunity for important reflection and conversations that will remain urgent. Some of these conversations have been uncomfortable, but they will help us move forward, to think together about better futures for all of our communities. As an institution and as individuals, we're committed now and into the future to doing the necessary work to ensure we're embedding anti-racist practices across the Art Museum – from policy to programming – and that we're addressing bias, leveraging university expertise, and ensuring our aspirations align with our actions. We look forward to sharing our progress in the coming months.

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