Exhibit B is a described as a grotesque parody. It exploits the struggle of the black race and replicates the "human zoos" of earlier colonial times. A campaign organized by Sara Myers, calls for exhibit B to be cancelled. The claim is that this so-called art work by African Brett Bailey reinforces rather than challenges the racism it tries to explain. It was stated that a female performer, when the show ran in Poland, had the experience of a group of men “laughing and making comments about my boobs and my body. They didn’t realize I was a human being. They thought I was a statue." (The group apologized but this hardly mitigates the objectification; which apparently would have been OK if she were a statue. The exhibit invites liberals to feel the “discomfort” of their colonial history while fawning over the naked and prostrate black body.) Would you support exhibit B? Is this a way to justifiably dehumanize the black race once more?