The writing on the wall

16 April 2009 by Sam

Handwritten card

I cannot apologize for what has happened in the past – But I can do my best to never let it happen again.

It’s always interesting and sometimes extremely moving to read the comment books and cards in our venues and get direct feedback from visitors. Some of the comments cards that I noticed in the International Slavery Museum this week for example have been extremely poignant and are a testament to the power of the incredible real life stories told within the museum’s walls.

You can read a small selection in our visitor comment card set on Flickr.

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