National Museum of African American History and Culture’s Bill Cosby Exhibit Outrages AccusersBreaking News
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The National Museum of African American History and Culture, which is slated to open in September, has already drawn controversy over an exhibit dedicated to the accomplishments of Bill Cosby.
Although the museum says that the exhibit will be small, several women who have accused Cosby of sexual assault are outraged because the exhibit fails to mention the allegations against him, the New York Times reports.
In an interview with the Times, Patricia Leary Steuer, a Cosby accuser, said that this part of his life should be included.
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