Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University 'is all about teaching, not a shrine to racism,' said black founder and curator David Pilgrim. Provocative exhibits at one of America's newest museums include a full-size replica of a lynching tree with many items portraying black men as lazy, violent or inarticulate. The objects displayed in the museum are steeped in racist images prevalent throughout U.S. history. See Museum link: http://www.ferris.edu/Jimcrow/what.htm
LW5 - Michelle Bujold | Stereotype Example: a black child eating watermelon. This image sets incorrect expectations that all people of color like watermelon - a trait that's become ingrained in stereotypical associations with black people.