“Brooklyn Museum Director’s Home Vandalized by Vandals” – Video

“Brooklyn Museum Director’s Home Vandalized by Vandals” – Video

In a disturbing and targeted act of vandalism, the home of the Jewish director of the Brooklyn Museum was defaced with fake blood and a banner accusing her of being a White supremacist. The perpetrators went as far as to film the attack and post it online, though they obscured their faces. This incident was not isolated, as other museum board members also experienced similar attacks within a five-hour time frame.

These acts of violence come on the heels of protests outside the Brooklyn Museum, where demonstrators called for the board to cut ties with Israel. It is deeply concerning to see such extreme actions taken against individuals based on their background and beliefs. The attack on the director’s home is not only a violation of her personal space, but also an attack on the principles of diversity and tolerance that museums strive to uphold.

It is important for law enforcement to investigate these incidents and hold the perpetrators accountable for their actions. Everyone has the right to feel safe in their own homes and to express their views without fear of retaliation or violence. Museums are meant to be spaces for dialogue and learning, and these attacks undermine the very values they seek to promote.

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Video “Vandals Deface Brooklyn Museum Director’s Home” was uploaded on 06/14/2024 to Youtube Channel Inside Edition