A PSYCHO IN THE WHITE HOUSE. Summer, 2021. Exploring mental illness in the First Family and Presidency is not new. From meetings with Ouija boards to those who channel spirits during supposed seances at Camp David, what is real and false will be shared for the first time.
"OTHELLO IS DISGUSTING." BLACKS WITH WHITES IS SICKENING, WHAT THE STAFF HEARD... WHEN A BLACK MAN TOUCHES A WHITE WOMAN - PRESIDENT JOHN QUINCY ADAMS: Spring, 2022. As seen in presentation to the 2020 Museums & Race exhibit. The hero of the court case & movie, Amistad, was physically revulsed over black men touching white women & stated it in writing and openly at dinners in Boston. See more below on this exhibit being built...
Continued... Listened to by servants and written about by the famed Shakespearean, British star, Fanny Kemble, in her book, after dining with the President of the United States in Boston (1833) she was astonished that he found it wrong, The President later published two essays describing blacks and whites having sex, marrying, and having babies to be unnatural. This presentation will include research by the Executive Board of The American Anthropological Association scientifically rejecting the idea of different races on earth and recognizing the need to cease such behavior. The APA recognizes the human race all coming underneath Homo Sapiens.
Museums and Race advocates that, "coming to recognize and understand entrenched racism is a difficult and often contentious undertaking—but also a necessary step in challenging and transforming the institutional policies and systems that perpetuate structural racism and oppression in museums. To help advance this work, a group of 24 museum professionals came together in Chicago for a three-day convening on race and racism in museums. The idea for the convening—called Museums & Race: Transformation and Justice—grew out of a conversation about museum response to Ferguson that The Museum Group (TMG) hosted during the American Alliance of Museums meeting in Atlanta in April 2015. People there were determined to sustain the momentum, and so a planning team was organized to develop the Chicago convening, with TMG as a sponsor. Since that original gathering, Museums & Race has remained a progressive voice for change in the industry, hosting the Museums & Race micro-conference at the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) 2016 and the Museums & Race Transformation and Justice Lounge at AAM 2017."
During our presentation, CEO Martin CJ Mongiello asked how willing Asians were to having a Mexican American doctor interpret their history in a San Francisco museum or a black MBA for a CEO of a historically white museum in Raleigh.
See the National Endowment for the Humanities article on Shakespeare in a Divided America: A Q&A with NEH Public Scholar James Shapiro
A snapshot of the nationwide poster presentation session for Museums & Race.
These exhibits feature an exclusive digital collection of online offerings in conjunction with Google Arts & Culture exhibits and opening night presentations. These are new exhibits revolving around controversial ideas in America and how a President and First Family can reflect it in history. As more eyes turn on the Presidency than ever before - we are designing these exhibits with that in mind, to examine the involvement of Presidents in such affairs.
"Relevancy in society, via curatorial exhibition, offers current reflection and answers to today's problems like COVID-19 and the murder of George Floyd. A museum is not just a place to exhibit the past in glass cases - it is the answering machine of today and the future." Martin CJ Mongiello, MBA, MA, MCFE - CEO
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