Philadelphia Inquirer Details Former Philadelphia Museum Retail Director’s Alleged Violence Against Employees

February 24th, 2020

A piece in the Philadelphia Inquirer details alarming allegations against a former Philadelphia Museum of Art retail director, James A. Cincotta, who had several allegations of physical violence against employees leveled against him, but who kept his job for several years following complaints. “That they would allow a known abuser to participate in the museum in any way was very demoralizing and upsetting,” said one employee who also claims Cincotta once slapped him in the face. “It was a clear signal to many people that they did not value workers’ rights.”

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