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Smithsonian in Tax-Payer Funded Racism


Racism, in all its forms, is unpleasant and should not be tolerated. What's even worse is when a tax-payer funded museum, such as the Smithsonian, decides they will engage in racism, while pretending it's something else. In their infinite wisdom, the National African American Museum, which is part of the Smithsonian, embarked on a new initiative called "Talking About Race" with a chart listing attributes of white people. See the chart below or click here. Perhaps the museum's creative team should crack open a dictionary or simply google the term "stereotyping" before engaging in overt racism and putting it forth as some redeemable product of value. An organization such as the National Museum of African American History should have a grasp

The Smithsonian Has Major Problems With American Greatness


It recently came to light that a poster in the Smithsonian Museum of African-American History and Culture, located in our nation's capital and funded by our tax dollars, visualized a series of "aspects and attitudes" around whiteness and white culture that take as much a denunciatory stance as it does an educational one. Inspired by the work of one Judith Katz from 1990, it lays out traditional traits of individual hallmarks of success and condemns them as fundamental flaws. The poster has alarmed most normal people, not least of all because it seeks to erode the very plinths upon which our magnificent nation was created and which now sustain it, if ever so precariously. It also raises more questions. If these