While the city of Detroit - they inherited via white flight from black crime - crumbles around it, the Charles Wright Museum of African American History (as do most black-centric museums) struggles to survive.
But the museum stands to enshrine black history for the masses to... appreciate (though it took begging and pleading for the museum to stave off insolvency in 2014).
Meanwhile, the Detroit Institute of Art stands as a beacon of the human experience, with works of such monumental significance and importance the city's many creditors once hoped they sell off these artifacts of the Occident to pay black Detroit's debts.
The Charles Wright Museum of African American History purports to house the black experience in America, but the blighted ruins of Detroit stand as a true reminder of black contributions to the country.
Which brings us to Lady Barack and her continued hatred of anything resembling Western Civilization (how she hasn't called for the White House to be painted black yet is beyond me). [Michelle Obama says black kids feel unwelcome at museums, cultural institutions, Washington Times, 5-6-15]:
Drawing from her own experiences growing up in Chicago, First Lady Michelle Obama last week urged cultural institutions to be more welcoming to children of color.
“There are so many kids in this country who look at places like museums and concert halls and other cultural centers, and they think to themselves, ‘Well, that’s not a place for me — for someone who looks like me, for someone who comes from my neighborhood,’ ” Mrs. Obama said Thursday at the dedication of the new Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, the Daily News reported.
“In fact, I guarantee you that right now, there are kids living less than a mile from here who would never in a million years dream that they would be welcome in this museum,” she said. “Growing up on the South Side of Chicago, I was one of those kids myself. So I know the feeling of not belonging in a place like this.”
The first lady praised the Whitney for offering educational programming for children in struggling communities and said more museums and theaters should do the same, the Daily News reported.
“[The Whitney is] telling them that their story is part of the American story, and that they deserve to be seen,” she said, Gothamist reported. “And you’re sending that message not just with the art you display, but with the educational programming you run here.”
“I think that every cultural institution in this country should be doing this kind of outreach and engagement with our young people every single day,” she added.
Anyone who still questions whether Barack Obama and his First Lady have anything but antipathy for white people and their history in their hearts and mind, you are nothing more than accomplice in their continued drive to bring about a Haitian-style revolution in this country.
If Michelle Obama and her husband truly wanted to see individual black people's collective contribution to America, all they need to do is travel to 83 percent black Detroit and the ruins of a civilization whites long ago built and quickly abandoned when high rates of black crime made residing there untenable.