"One is astonished in the study of history at the recurrence of the idea that evil must be forgotten, distorted, skimmed over. We must not remember that Daniel Webster got drunk but only remember that he was a splendid constitutional lawyer. We must forget that George Washington was a slave owner . . . and simply remember the things we regard as creditable and inspiring. The difficulty, of course, with this philosophy is that history loses its value as an incentive and example; it paints perfect men and noble nations, but it does not tell the truth."



(1) memorialize through interactive, learning-focused installations historically marginalized peoples, heroes of social justice and civil rights, & individuals who have lost their lives to injustice, tyranny, and domestic terrorism;
(2) develop and share educational materials on historically untaught or under-learned events and people;
(3) support local activism toward social justice, injustice awareness, and community outreach.