This debate isn't going to convince anyone of anything they didn't already accept.
Instead . . . While the people of Missouri have REAL problems, politicos are fighting about their hallway decorations.
More deets here . . .
Museum Director Tiffany Patterson wrote in an email hours before the exhibit was removed that she was trying to build a team of co-workers “to hold the division and department’s feet to the fire if this goes south," . . .
“If we want to be inclusive, we need to practice what we preach,” Patterson wrote to a Missouri State Parks colleague on Sept. 1, the day the exhibit explaining the history of the gay rights movement in Kansas City was taken down.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri State Museum employees tried to defend an LGBTQ history exhibit to state officials before it was removed from the state Capitol after being displayed only four days, according to emails between museum and state officials.