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Journey through the lens of the African American experience. , Legal: on view through June 2019
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Take a look back with us as we watch Founding Director Lonnie G. Bunch III at our dedication. View the full ceremony:
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Wonderful, we are happy to hear that you had a great visit. Thanks so much for celebrating with us!
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Thank you! 💜🎉
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Thanks for celebrating with us!
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Two years ago today, our Museum opened on the National Mall, becoming the largest cultural destination devoted to exploring the American story through the African American lens. Learn how we are redefining the museum experience:
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Mayor Muriel Bowser Sep 22
We’re proud to support our local museums like the for ’s . For locations & free tickets ➡️ .
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Sep 22
in 1862, President Abraham Lincoln issued a preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, threatening to free all enslaved people in the Confederacy, if those states did not return to the Union by January 1, 1863.
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Sep 22
Today is Museum Day! Participating museums and cultural institutions across the country provide free entry to anyone presenting a Museum Day ticket. Grab your 🎟’s:
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Maria Cole, MSW, MPH Sep 21
Loved spending the day with my grandmother learning, exploring, and reflecting
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Sep 22
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Good morning, we are participating. Get your tickets here:
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Michelle Moore Sep 21
Great ‘Represent’ exhibition draws the connections between hip-hop and previous generations of African-American musicians and activists brilliantly curated by Thank you!
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Sep 21
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The museum recognizes the importance of building pathways to diversify the Museum field through our Robert F. Smith Internship and Fellowship program. Learn more:
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Sep 21
The National Museum of African American History and Culture is proud of our diverse research and curatorial workforce. Our staff’s wide-ranging expertise and varied professional experience enables us to fulfill our mission. Learn more:
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℠ Sep 20
💥🥊 i'll be at the on October 27th for a rare screening of the director's cut of William Greaves' seminal Ali documentary THE FIGHT, followed by discussion w/assistant editor (and son) David Greaves afterwards 🥊💥 info here:
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Milford Graves Full Mantis Sep 20
is hosting the first ever Smithsonian African American Film Festival. Nearly 80 films will be screened, including MILFORD GRAVES FULL MANTIS. What an honor. Tickets on sale now.
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BlackStar Film Fest Sep 21
Over 80 films will be screened at ’s Film Festival! We’re excited to see so many BlackStar alums in the lineup.
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Ashley Clark Sep 21
I’m honored and excited to be presenting a program, “Radicalism Revisited: Selections From Say It Loud”, on 10/24, at the first-ever Smithsonian African American Film Festival at :
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Sep 21
“Beyond any particular style, he brought that aspiration and that certitude that black people could do ballet." Our Deputy Director reflects on the life & legacy of friend & colleague Arthur Mitchell via Read:
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ESSENCE Sep 21
*Sings* "Do you remember the 21st day of September.... ?" This classic EARTH, WIND & FIRE song, "September", was released 40 years ago today. Where were you when you first heard it?
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