By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — There’s new signage at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Oakland, warning visitors of cultural stereotypes.READ MORE: South Strabane Township Police Say Missing 65-Year-Old Man John Ruffing Found Safe
The addition comes just weeks after a controversial diorama was put back on full display.READ MORE: Ross Township Woman Charged In Capitol Insurrection Due In Court On Thursday
The exhibit depicts a North African messenger on a camel, getting attacked by a lion.
The diorama was removed on July 2020 in the wake of Black Lives Matter protests.MORE NEWS: Police Investigating Fatal Shooting In Beltzhoover After Victim Self-Transported To Hospital
A QR code is now visible on the diorama, asking visitors to scan and share their comments and concerns about the exhibit.