House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is pushing many projects for federal funding, and one of them is a “Courage Museum” in San Francisco to be established by a group that celebrated Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s chief accuser in his nomination hearings, Christine Blasey Ford, giving her a “Courage” award.
The Courage Museum is to be established by a group called “Futures Without Violence, which is asking for a grant of $1 million. Pelosi’s website notes:
Futures Without Violence, a health and social justice organization that develops, implements and advocates for groundbreaking programs and policies that strive to end violence against women and children, is requesting federal funding to establish the educational curriculum for the Courage Museum. This bold new national platform for public education and action engages individuals in challenging the inevitability of violence as part of the human experience. The first West Coast installation by nationally renowned designer Jake Barton, whose work includes the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum