Brenda Thomson, Secretary for the museum stated, “While we are extremely disappointed by the recent vandalism to the property, we remain steadfast in our mission. Whoever decided to deface this treasured property with swastikas and racial slurs did not understand that our history is far too wide and too deep to be destroyed by mere graffiti. We shall rise above.”
The Phoenix Union Colored High School opened in Phoenix in 1926, a stark reminder of Arizona’s history of enforced segregation. From these roots, the Carver Museum has emerged, a landmark and tribute to the resilience of the students and community that persevered. Carver is an educational and cultural gem, a meeting place for diverse people to gather and learn about the rich history and contributions of African Americans.
In light of this heinous act, Carver Museum is raising funds to continue the preservation of African-American heritage, arts, and culture, and to honor the African-American experience in Phoenix, Arizona. Please consider making a gift donation in support of the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center.
“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” - Martin Luther King, Jr.
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