The Nation’s Capital hosts the Modern-Day Slavery Museum… Again!

Video short with reactions by museum goers from
Washington, DC, and Charlottesville, VA

Check out the photo report from Day Two in Washington, DC…

Last time the CIW’s Modern-Day Slavery Museum was in DC, it stood shoulder to shoulder with the country’s most august museums on the National Mall.

This time, we left the monuments for the slightly more down to earth surroundings of DC’s Dupont Circle neighborhood and the Church of the Pilgrims, who kindly hosted the museum on its second stop along the Northeast Tour.

You can find also the report from Day One in Charlottesville, VA, by clicking here!

Blog coverage of the museum has been strong, with posts by Barry Estabrook in The Atlantic, an “Act Now” post on The Nation’s website, and innumerable blog posts by museum goers, like this great piece here.