Actor James Woods thinks that the exclusion of Justice Clarence Thomas from the new National Museum of African American History and Culture is “absolutely appalling.”
It was recently reported that Justice Clarence Thomas, who this year marks his 25th anniversary on the Supreme Court, was excluded from the museum, which celebrates black history, struggle and achievement. The museum opened last month in Washington, D.C.
The museum has a display of Anita Hill, who accused Thomas of creating a hostile work environment while her supervisor at a federal agency. She outlined her allegations during Thomas' 1991 confirmation hearings.
Woods tweeted: "This slight of Justice Thomas is absolutely appalling. Now even the Smithsonian bears the stain of #liberal bias."