From "Confronting Racist Objects" (NYT).
Here's a link to The Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia:
The Jim Crow Museum is the largest publicly accessible collection of segregation and racist artifacts in the United States. These objects are used to teach tolerance and promote social justice. The Museum is free and open to the public; therefore, the Museum is largely dependent on donations-financial and in-kind-to enhance its work.Speaking of contextualizing racist objects reminds me of this scene in "Ghost World," which we were just watching the other day: