KKK robes are on display as part of Baltimore artist Paul Rucker’s installation entitled “Rewind,” now installed at York College’s Wolf Hall in York, PA. The college barred the public from seeing the art exhibition on slavery, white supremacy and racist violence against blacks, deeming it “potentially disturbing to some.”
York College spokeswoman Mary Dolheimer issued this statement, and she actually was serious:
The images, while powerful, are very provocative and potentially disturbing to some. This is especially the case without the benefit of an understanding of the intended educational context of the exhibit[.]
Because we ordinary American citizens are just too stupid to understand anything without our Betters to “guide” us.
We’re also just too far into our victimhood fragility to be able to handle a bit of art.
Or because the self-important Left is wrapped up in their collective learned helplessness, and they assume everyone is at least as fragile.