The Urban Daily

Bill Cosby’s exhibit at The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art will continue to be displayed with a small disclaimer, the Huffington Postreports.

The showcase features works of art by the comedian’s children and video commentary from friends, but doesn’t display any work from the comedian himself. Since the unsealing of a 2005 deposition revealed Cosby confessed to drugging women with Quaaludes, the endless sexual assault accusations against him have been revisited in court and hotly debated in the media. After the comedian’s recent donation of over $700,000 to the museum, coordinators plan to install a sign with a disclaimer about Cosby’s lawsuits.

The website on the showcase currently reads:

“The National Museum of African Art is aware of the recent revelations about Bill Cosby’s behaviour. The museum in no way condones this behaviour. Our current ‘Conversations’ exhibition, which includes works of African art from our permanent collection and…

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