Are Museums Doing Enough to Address Systemic Racism?
Interview with Henry Kim
An excerpt from an interview with Aga Khan Museum Director and CEO Henry Kim in Toronto.
Henry Kim was educated at Harvard and Oxford Universities. Henry is an ancient historian and classical archaeologist by training. Henry joined the Aga Khan Museum in 2012 from the University of Oxford where he taught, curated collections, managed capital projects at the Ashmolean Museum, and led the development of the University Engagement Programme.
In conversation with Meredith Preston McGhie, Secretary General for the Global Centre for Pluralism, Henry reflects on how arts and culture institutions like museums should respond to systemic racism.