In July 2020, during the pandemic, the Kansas City Museum launched Restore KC (#Restore KC) as a part of its ongoing work to use restorative practices for developing exhibits and programs. Restore KC was a series of virtual conversations and programs for Kansas Citians to connect, process, and heal during the global pandemic, economic crisis, and social awakening about the realities of systemic racism permeating every level of our existence. To explore Restore KC programs from July 2020 through July 2021, click here.
Today, the Kansas City Museum plans to continue Restore KC as a series of ongoing virtual education programs to connect us globally as well as local programs at the Kansas City Museum and in the community with individuals and organizations who want to work together to use restorative practices for the common goal of telling a more complete history of our city and uplifting our shared humanity. More information coming soon on upcoming Restore KC programming.