Flag of the 9th Regiment of
United States Volunteers
Photo Courtesy Swann Galleries
Excitement continues to grow around the development of the Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture. The museum will be far more than a collection of objects.
As a place of meaning, of memory, of reflection, of laughter, and of hope, the Museum is a watershed in the national discussion about race and the vital role African Americans have played in the American story a museum that will make all Americans proud.
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