Museum of African American History & Culture defines ‘whiteness’ & it’s racist


The National Museum of African American History and Culture has a graphic that explains whiteness, which is a bad idea to begin with since skin color doesn’t determine who we are.

The claim is that certain signs of whiteness are: “objectivity, the nuclear family, progress, respect for authority, delayed gratification,” and so on. So what does that mean? Hispanic and Black people aren’t objective, family-oriented, respect authority, and so on? What racist drivel.

If you go to the website, it might raise your blood pressure. It’s clear they object to the fact that the country is mostly white. They bloviate about ‘white privilege,’ ‘white fragility,’ and ‘white supremacy’ and those terms are also racist and Marxist.

They don’t like the fact that the country is mostly white. That makes them racist.

They managed to insult everyone.

None of those ‘signs’ should be assigned to white people. It’s very insulting. The infographic suggests people of color are lawless, dependent, selfish, impulsive, and on and on.

This museum operates under the auspices of the Smithsonian. One might wonder if they hired skinheads to draw up this infographic? It wasn’t a skinhead, it was an HR consultant named Judith Katz.

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Beatrice Buxley
Beatrice Buxley
3 years ago

Art belongs in museums. Not in public. Better to protect and preserve art than leave it to the elements or vandals. Between the Weisenthal center for jews, and now this african
museum for …africans?….americans?….what are they? They are black. They live in America. They are Americans but they want their own museum in America. No problem.

Here’s a problem though. Next you want reservations, your own country within a country like the native americans and the NOI. So where does this end? Race and religion are very effective control mechanisms. Don’t let others tell you what to think about these issues. Education and parenting is the key. Not race or color or religion.

billybob texas
billybob texas
3 years ago

Would LOVE to see what the Characteristics of the Black Race are listed. And the Asian Race. And the Brown Race. And the Red Race. ..Show us All of those Characteristics….