They Still Hate Us: Noose Found In Segregation Exhibit At National Museum Of African American History

- By Bossip Staff

Noose Found At National Museum Of African-American History And Culture

A cowardly racist left a noose inside the segregation exhibit at the National Museum Of African-American History And Culture in Washington, D.C. yesterday according to the Smithsonian.

This is the second noose incident in four days in the nation’s capitol as another death rope was found hanging at the Hirshhorn Museum.

The museum’s director Lonnie Bunch released the following statement regarding the incident:

The secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, David Skorton also spoke out against the bigotry:

“The Smithsonian family stands together in condemning this act of hatred and intolerance, especially repugnant in a museum that affirms and celebrates the American values of inclusion and diversity,” wrote the secretary of the Smithsonian Institution David Skorton in an Institution-wide email. “We will not be intimated. Cowardly acts like these will not, for one moment, prevent us from the vital work we do.”

We ain’t never scared. We been through a lot as a people, gonna take A LOT more than a lil punk azz rope to run us off.

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