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Washington Ideas Forum 2015

The Vision Behind D.C.'s African American History Museum

Oct 19, 2015 | 18 videos
Video by The Atlantic

One year away from its grand opening, museum director Lonnie Bunch talks about his plans for America's first national museum of African American history. Calling the museum a "way for all Americans to better understand who they are," Bunch hopes that its exhibits will help yield greater understanding and unity in the United States.

 

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