Snider said that by speaking out he might empower others to stand up to the “thin veneer of intimidation” disguised as anti-racist mandates before they “sweep into every corner of American culture.”
A prominent collector and supporter of the Getty Museum in LA is blasting the famed art institute for its new anti-discrimination playbook, which showers itself with blame for being racist and vows its staff will “reflect the diversity of Southern California and the nation” in the future.
But the 13-page “Diversity and Inclusion” plan is nothing more than insincere “white self flagellation” and will ultimately undermine the high standards at Getty and other top museums, said entrepreneur Jay Snider, who volunteers on the Getty’s Research Institute Council.
“It’s galling because it’s not true,” Snider told The Post of the museum’s confessional. “I don’t think there is a trustee or anyone in management who believes this mea culpa of racism.”