National Museum of African American History and Culture
The National Museum of African American History and Culture is devoting a yearlong special exhibition to the media mogul’s cultural legacy.
“We’re not going to politicize anything. We’re going to hang out with some kids."
"We recognize the importance of these vernacular, homemade images, this folk cinema, as an alternate history to the kinds of history that the mass media tells.”
It's only the latest in a frightening nationwide trend.
Incidents fueled by prejudice and hate, from the Portland attack to LeBron James vandalism, don’t exist in a vacuum.
"We will not be intimidated."
A major step in examining the history of slavery and of race in the United States was the 2016 opening of the Smithsonian’s
Hidden Figures In Politics: The Women Behind The National Museum Of African American History And Culture
It is not only the story of one community, but a story that affects all Americans.