National Museum of African American History and Culture

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How many times have you visited an American History museum only to leave wanting to know more about the complete African-American experience? Indeed, museums celebrating Black History have sprung up across the nation in recent years, but your curiosity will be sated when one of the largest opens its doors in Washington, D.C. on September […]

Tonight’s Jazzy Holiday Gala is sold out, and for good reason. The event honors Lonnie Bunch III, director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The museum is slated to open next year. In a telephone interview, Bunch shared his thoughts on the importance of preserving African-American history. Answers have been edited […]

Yours truly, The Belle was in D.C. this week and while there I got a chance to see the beginning building stages of the National…