HRA curated a 7,000-square-foot permanent exhibition at the Bosque Redondo Memorial/Fort Sumner Historic Site, an International Site of Conscience, in Fort Sumner, New Mexico. It examines the Long Walk of the Navajo and Mescalero Apache to the Bosque Redondo Reservation during the 1860s. Hired by New Mexico Historic Sites, a division of the State of New Mexico’s Department of Cultural Affairs, HRA collaborated with representatives from the Navajo Nation and Mescalero Apache Tribe throughout the project. HRA was responsible for all content development, as well as managing a team of designers, audio-visual specialists, fabricators, and installers. The exhibition built upon HRA’s work developing an interpretive plan for the site.