The Museum of Political Corruption
President Jimmy Carter's contribution to an ongoing MPC initiative on ethical leadership
WHEN WE OPEN....
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.
CORRUPT POLITICIANS GET IN FOR FREE
EVERY TUESDAY IS COUPLES DAY! BRING A FRIEND OR CO-CONSPIRATOR!
and The Center for Ethical Governance
On Thursday evening, November 29th, The Museum of Political Corruption and its Center for Ethical Governance will be honoring 2018 Nellie Bly Award winners Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey of the New York Times for their groundbreaking reporting on the #MeToo movement.
Join us for an elegant reception (catered by Nicole's) followed by an engaging roundtable discussion The event will be at the same wonderful venue as last year.
Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey will be joining us via Skype to accept their award and answer questions from our audience.
The First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany,
405 Washington Avenue,
(adjacent to the downtown Albany SUNY campus)
Get a Kickback, an "Original MPC Cover-up!" TM, a "Mug-shot" Mug TM, or the latest fashion in Corrupt-Wear TM
Photo credits: Jodi Kantor: The New York Times, Megan Twohey, Katharina Poblotzki
"...a museum that would not only detail Albany's many political scandals but also offer some possible solutions to corruption."
- Chris Weigant, HuffingtonPost
2018 Nellie Bly Award Reception and Roundtable Discusssion
NOVEMBER 29th 6 - 8:30 PM
Honoring Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey of The New York Times!
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NELLIE BLY PANELISTS SELECTED!
The Nov. 29th award ceremony will include a roundtable of distinguished panelists to discuss the #MeToo movement
Barbara Bartoletti is the former Legislative Director for the League of Women Voters of New York State.
Sarah J. Burger is the Chair of the Labor and Employment law practice at Ianniello Anderson, P.C.
Assemblymember Patricia A. Fahy has represented the New York State 109th Assembly District since 2012.
Alexis Grenell co-founder of Pythia Public. Her writing has appeared in The New York Daily News, Washington Post, Newsday, New York Post, the New York Times, and El Diario.
Rabbi Nomi Manon, Faculty member in Judaic Studies and Executive Director of UAlbany Hillel.
The Honorable Joanne Dittes Yepsen (Moderator) served two terms as Mayor of Saratoga Springs and four terms as Supervisor for Saratoga Springs.
Donna Young is President William McKinley Distinguished Professor of Law and Public Policy at Albany Law School.
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- Editorial Board, The Poughkeepsie Journal
"...an idea whose time has come. If I were passing through Albany, I'd visit, that's for sure!"
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Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of the hit Broadway musical HAMILTON, references us on page 137 in his book on Hamilton!
MPC TRUSTEE AND COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY POLITICAL SCIENTIST PAUL LAGUNES DISCUSSES CORRUPTION ON FUTURE HINDSIGHT PODCAST.
The FAQ we get most: "what are your hours?"
The answer is, we don't have hours yet. We' are working towards opening this state-of-the-art educational facility that will serve as a beacon of hope and empowerment. This unique institution will serve as a model for similar museums nationwide! When completed, the MPC will contain ample space for interactive exhibits, public forums, roundtable discussions, and classrooms to help educate our next generation of leaders. To realize our goal, we need your help. Follow us on Twitter, let others know about us, donate if you can, and send us your ideas for the museum! this museum has to be built by all of us!
President Carter's Message to
The Museum of Political Corruption
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.
HELP BUILD THE MUSEUM OF POLITICAL CORRUPTION!