How the Met is handling dilemma of donor accountability
Clip: 05/16/2019 | 6m 37s
Pressure is increasingly being applied to institutions benefiting from philanthropy to be accountable for their funding sources. Lately, the opioid epidemic has highlighted that dilemma: New York's famed Metropolitan Museum of Art is the latest museum to turn down money from a family linked with the manufacturing of OxyContin. Jeffrey Brown talks to the Met's president and CEO, Daniel Weiss.
Aired: 05/16/19Video has closed captioning.
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