Lynch, B. T., & Alberti, S. J. (2010). Legacies of prejudice: racism, co-production and radical trust in the museum. Museum Management and Curatorship, 25(1), 13-35. doi:10.1080/09647770903529061
Lynch, argues that radical trust may help museums to become more aware of their legacies of prejudice. This will help them negotiate knowledge and power with others in the future within a spirit of genuine reciprocity. This type of work can bring groups together and share experiences and participate on equal terms. The myths of the cultures on a shared terrain that is new to each belongs to no one alone. Do not be discouraged by the difficulties of democracy in museums, but keep trying because of them.