Wednesday, October 12, 2016

The Pettiness of the AA Museum

I am very disappointed with the posture of the new AA Museum here in DC by not having one item or memorial to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.




This is petty and offends on so many levels especially when a large segment of the AA Museum's collections pay tribute and acknowledges the genius of Black Americans pursing diverse themes and opinions.


Our community has the unlimited capacity to respect and value the diversity of voices and realities of Black Americans . One hopes that the AA Museum will reflect this genius and find a space for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas .


It is never to late to right a wrong!


BLM

3 comments:

birminghammarge.blogspot.com said...

Greg. I have great respect for you and enjoy the privilege of knowing you. I do however, have misgivings about Clarence Thomas. I happen to believe the woman of many years ago who was not happy with his behavior. ( memory specifics fading over the years).
enjoy your 'PLANE IDEAS' thoughts. Sincerely, Margaret Betts.

Thrasher said...

I am not excusing away CT's behavior that is a separate issue .

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