The Three-Fifths Project is a museum series that examines the topic of racism in America.

The concept is to produce and develop a pop-up museum event, housed in a vacant home that utilizes artists; art creation; film; photo and storytelling exhibits; teachers trained in diversity, equity, and inclusion; in a venue that creates a powerful and realistic atmosphere on a single theme.

The project, formally This Abandon House: A Pop-Up Museum, is a collaborative undertaking between The Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion and Big City Films that uses art and technology to explore the manifestations of racism in housing, law enforcement, the health-care system, education, employment and poverty, while highlighting those individuals working to overcome those inequalities.