This chapter presents a more practical use of a shared history where the author works together with a museum and an art gallery. This political position is discussed because of the real or imagined pressure from migration and the need for a more explicit relationship to integration. The theoretical strategies behind our discussions at Fargfabriken are to explore the possibilities of a new whole by taking integration seriously in a post-heritage future. The chapter provides a history of Swedish heritage management and after that turn to the social-political background of Swedish museum staff and heritage functionaries. Swedish heritage management can be classified into three historical contexts: heritage as myth, heritage as genealogy and heritage as science and nation-narration. When immigrants try to become integrated Swedes they will always be unmasked because of their skin color, their names, accent or lack of understanding Swedish traditions and rituals.