Comments Are Welcome
Note: We moderate submissions in order to create a space for meaningful dialogue, a space where museum visitors – adults and youth –– can exchange informed, thoughtful, and relevant comments that add value to our exhibits.
Racial slurs, personal attacks, obscenity, profanity, and SHOUTING do not meet the above standard. Such comments are posted in the exhibit Hateful Speech. Commercial promotions, impersonations, and incoherent comments likewise fail to meet our goals, so will not be posted. Submissions longer than 120 words will be shortened.
See our full Comments Policy here.
Thanks for giving us nourishment for the soul….although tramatic, horrfic, sad, frustrating, aganizing, we must work through it all to reach the other side where we can begin the Journey to the Promised Land!
11.20 Thanks for your co-sponsorship of the Kiese Laymon talk about his new book “How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America”. It was very interesting. Amina Wilson did a nice job interviewing this impressive author.
I hope your museum reopens. How much do you need to reopen, and what can our community around the globe do to help?
Thanks for the support and caring, Resa! We are grateful for donations of funds, small and large, to help us re-open once the coronavirus pandemic is behind us. We also appreciate donations of expertise, so if you are a scholar in this field or know someone who is, you can contribute an exhibit or two in your field. See the Contribute page for further information.
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