SOURCE: The Christian Science Monitor
Even as a youth, Lonnie Bunch was captivated by history.
SOURCE: The Seattle Times
“This is an opportunity to take an amazing culture, and understand what it mean to be an American through this lens,” said Lonnie Bunch, as he toured observers around a special sneak peek inside the building.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
He had to break in using a crow bar.
SOURCE: The Root
Some of Cosby’s accusers are angered by the exhibit.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture, opening in Washington in September, had some delicate decisions to make about slavery, Bill Cosby and President Obama.
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