Stephanie M.H. Camp
Associate Professor of History
University of Washington
The excitement of feeling history’s immediacy and reality is another of the exhibit’s major contributions.
The exhibit is of extremely high pedagogical value. This is teaching at its best.
Executive Director, Senior Services King County
We were all blown away by the quality of Delbert’s presentation and his extensive collection of material. Everyone at the workshop learned something new and it offered the opportunity to experience and begin to process painful feelings for individuals who had not had that opportunity before. Delbert believes that the truth, when squarely faced, will make us “free-er.
6th grade Science Teacher
This exhibit was of particular importance to children of color, whose participation helped them feel good about themselves when observing the accomplishments of people who look like them.
Edmond's School District
I learned to accept others no matter where they come from or look like.
I try harder to see things differently;not joke about racial things that people say
I learned judging someone is not acceptable and I need to be more aware.