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The excellent ‘Anthology of Hip-Hop and Rap’ covers official releases, but leaves out the freestyles and live performances that also made history
The poet, editor and museum director will move from New York’s Schomburg Center to the National Museum of African American History and Culture
Kevin Merida, Steve Reiss and Soraya McDonald discuss the children’s book, ‘The Fierce 44,’ at the National Museum of African American History and Culture
The endless love and support the Lakers legend receives from fans led to the museum’s decision
‘Athletes’ activism is at its height when it is connected to a larger social movement’
The founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture brings a new look to the 173-year-old institution
The ‘Blacksonian,’ Atlanta’s civil rights center — and a Durham bus station — are all part of his legacy
At what cost do we weaken social justice movement with advertising?
A day after opening his new school, James gives his statement kicks to NMAAHC as part of two-day experience for 59 kids from across the country
‘Oprah Winfrey became an important way for us to look at the ways in which society dealt with ideas around promise and potential.’
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