Albany Museum to Educate About Political Corruption

Hoping to illuminate a dark history of political corruption, Bruce Roter continues work toward building the Museum of Political Corruption in Albany, NY.

Roter, who by day is a music professor at the College of St. Rose, says he got the idea for his museum few years ago and decided to take action. In this podcast with Diane Donato, Roter says it will be easy to keep the museum non-partisan because history shows no one party has been immune to ethical lapses. The concept of a Museum of Political Corruption may sound cynical, but instead Roter hopes it will inspire our better natures and ignite conversations about how government operates and how we can work to root out corruption wherever we find it.

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