This video from London, England says about itself:
Jack the Ripper museum: an insult to women?
30 July 2015
The announcement of a new Jack the Ripper Museum caused consternation among East London residents who expected it to be dedicated to the achievements of women in the area.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Protest at new Ripper museum
Tuesday 4th August 2015
The all-women fancy-dress protest has been called after more than 2,500 people signed a petition against the new museum in Cable Street.
Campaigner Jemima Broadbridge told the Star: “We are protesting this evening outside the Jack the Ripper Museum because local residents, London historians and women’s groups from across London are outraged that they have been misled about the original purpose of this museum.
“The protest is being supported by representatives from different groups including East London Suffragettes and the Green Party.
“We also feel that there is a real need for a proper, serious museum charting the social history of the contribution made by women from east London.
“We’re calling on Tower Hamlets Council and the Arts Council to help us fund and establish a museum somewhere in the East End, in the future.”
The project, headed by former Google diversity chief Mark Palmer-Edgecumbe, was labelled “grotesque” and denigrating.