- Chris Weigant, HuffingtonPost

"...a museum that would not only detail Albany's many political scandals but also offer some possible solutions to corruption."

 

FROM ALBANY TO BROADWAY!

Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'shout-out' to The Museum of Political Corruption

ETHICAL DILEMMAS?

What Would You Do?

-Lonely Planet Travel News

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The Museum of Political Corruption is dedicated to elevating the public’s understanding of corruption and encouraging solutions that promote ethics reform and honest government.  When built, a state-of-the-art facility, to be located in downtown Albany, will serve as a cutting-edge educational resource as well as an engaging gathering place.  It will also serve as a cultural landmark representing the region’s leadership in ethical governance. Immersive and interactive displays along with panel discussions, film screenings, and a host of timely rotating exhibits will offer a deeper understanding of corruption and its impact on society.

Chartered in 2015, the Museum of Political Corruption has been featured in the New Yorker Magazine, USA Today, Associated Press, The Huffington Post and on NPR’s All Things Considered.

The Museum of Political Corruption and its Center for Ethical Governance is committed to building a better future. Join us in building a museum that emphasizes empowerment and civic engagement. 


You can help make corruption history with your generous donation.

 

MPC TRUSTEE AND COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY POLITICAL SCIENTIST PAUL LAGUNES DISCUSSES CORRUPTION ON FUTURE HINDSIGHT PODCAST. 

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 voices against corruption

 

WHEN WE OPEN....


ADMISSION* (BRIBES)

ADULT BRIBE: $12.50 
CHILDREN'S BRIBES* $6.50

*CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 12, BUT PARENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO LIE ABOUT THE AGE OF THEIR CHILDREN.


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NELLIE BLY AWARD 2019

 Was a TREMENDOUS success!!

Thank you!

REFLECTIONS ON ETHICAL

LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE:


​​​​​President Jimmy Carter's Message to

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Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of the hit Broadway musical HAMILTON, references us on page 137 in his book on Hamilton! 


"...an idea whose time has come. If I were passing through Albany, I'd visit, that's for sure!"

Filled with tales of speakeasies, gangsters, bootleggers, kickbacks, shady quid pro quo's, plots to bribe legislators and more, our Corruption Walking Tour Map of downtown Albany will offer visitors a fascinating glimpse of the city's colorful past (and present). We’re thrilled this map is being developed by local historian and author Don Rittner.  Help us defray the cost of this project with a year-end gift of $15, $30, or $50. Please click here if you would like to contribute.

"INGENIOUS!"

Our 3rd annual Nellie Bly Award on November 7th honoring Jim Heaney was a tremendous success! The Roundtable discussion celebrating Jim's work on reporting corruption included from lest to right: Susan Arbetter (moderator), Blair Horner, Jim Heaney, Judith Enck, and Jon Campbell. 

Roundtable  and Public Forum on Corruption featuring (clockwise from upper left) Frank Anechiarico, Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law, Hamilton College; Blair Horner, Executive Director, New York Public Interest Research Group; Zephyr Teachout, Associate Professor of Law, Fordham University, and Jimmy Vielkind, POLITICO, New York's Albany Bureau Chief.

and The Center for Ethical Governance

Other quotes we've received on ethical leadership:

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- Editorial Board, The Poughkeepsie Journal

THE CITY IS OUR MUSEUM!

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The Museum of Political Corruption, as part of its Reflections on Ethical Leadership, is collecting quotes from leaders and role models around the country in government, sports, business, education, the arts and religion.  This is a quote we received from former President Carter.  He writes it in his own hand and addresses it directly to Bruce Roter, MPC Founder and President: