Tag: Museum


The National Border Patrol Museum captures the history and mission of the U.S. Border Patrol dating back to the creation of the agency in 1924. Mark Krikorian, the Center’s executive director and host of Parsing Immigration Policy, recently visited the unique museum, located in El Paso, Texas, and spoke with its president.

This museum, funded entirely by private donations, displays border surveillance and transportation equipment and other tools used on both the northern and southern borders by agents and by those attempting to illegally enter or smuggle people or drugs across the border. The museum also houses an extensive archival collection of Border Patrol documents, including a memo from WWII regarding the potential of entry of Axis agents through the southern border.

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Black people constitute roughly 13% of the American population.  Doesn’t sound like all that much, but somehow they manage to keep this big, sprawling, diverse country in endless turmoil.  Take the recent George Floyd riots, for instance.  Because of what happened to Floyd, they wreaked havoc in every major city in the country.  Yes, there […]

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The Casual Bigotry of Elite Black Americans: National Museum of African American History & Culture


Today I came upon a tweet by Byron York that startled me. York’s tweet included an attachment from the National Museum of African American History & Culture describing what they call “Aspects and Assumptions of Whiteness & White Culture in the United States”. Let me post Mr. York’s tweet below.