Oldsport, if you have ever been to a Civil Rights Museum in North Carolina and are contributing, your contributions would not be affected whether Trump visited or not.
Oldsport, I was in the museum this past weekend for UNC-G's Family Weekend. I was there with my parents AND my in-laws. They have been to Greensboro numerous times - indeed my nephew (wife's sister's son) is a graduate of UNC-G, but we never visited the Museum. Let me tell you that your contributions helped tell a story, and also allowed me to share with the group that we were with how I worked at L. Richardson Hospital and met Dr. Blount. As an A&T grad, I could talk to the group about Scott Hall (lived there ONE year) and the wall with the bullet holes (my wife remembered this as I took her on a tour of my campus). We talked about Brother Willie Grimes (Pershing Rifles - SCOONEY!!) and how I stood on the very street where the Greensboro Massacre took place (not a part of the tour, but, with your continued contributions, this event and the bricks available from the outside wall of Scott Hall will be displayed). My father, a Marine (RET) from Philly told the group (mixed with both black and white UNC-G parents and family, had a first person account of arriving at The Depot on his way to Paris Island by bus, and how some white Marines brought him and some others on their way to Boot Camp a coke from the "White's Only" side of the Coke Machine. My in-laws were moved, and my father-in-law, who is a southern baptist preacher that has a mixed congregation, spoke of returning with his Deacons and church family.
So, if you are contributing to this museum - thank you. Now, my parents, my in-laws and I are contributers. Just as I have contributed to the Airborne Museum and the New Museum of the Army, I know that contibutions and those who contribute actually continue to tell a story that should not be forgotten.
I am young enough to thank God and those who endured Jim Crow. They shall never forget. Neither should you.