Wherever you look everything has been overthrown. I will illustrate it with three articles from the City Journal, published by the Manhattan Institute. Two are by Heather Mac Donald and one is by John O. McGinnis. Heather Mac Donald explains what has happened to museums (Winter 2022) and to the medical profession (Summer 2022). John McGinnis (Spring 2022) explains what has happened to the legal profession. Both writers are good at their task and have done their homework. My account is a poor second to reading their articles.
Museums are custodians of a culture's history and art. As the United States was settled by white ethnicities from Great Britain, Ireland, and Europe, the history and art in museums reflect the culture of white people. The problem is that a half century of nonwhite immigration has racially diversified and multiculturalized the US into a Tower of Babel, and the Eurocentric tradition did not take into account "racial equity." In short, the collections are white and white is racist.
Heather Mac Donald's example of what is happening to museums is the Art Institute of Chicago. The institute's director, James Rondeau, is embarrassed by the whiteness and is committed to turning the museum into an antiracist vehicle. As only whites are racists, that means the museum is to be an anti-white vehicle.