African American History Museum takes shapeBreaking News
tags: African American History Museum, NMAAHC
A dream is nearly fulfilled on the National Mall.
The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture is three quarters finished.
If you've driven down Constitution Avenue, you've seen its gleaming windows and bronzed panels going up. Ten years after they started work with no staff, no money and no site, you can finally start to see how it will look.
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