This MLK Day, we invite Black scholars to Protect Your Energy. Inspired by Eso Tolson, a gifted artist who creates "projects to uplift, inspire, and celebrate people".

Originating from the nineteenth-century world fairs and expositions that exhibited living non-European people and their cultural objects as spectacles and sources of curiosity for a white European gaze, the modern-day museum’s antecedents in coloniality continue to lay bare their legacies. Museums still display looted cultural objects without transparency.