Lonnie Bunch And The 'Museum Of No' : Code Switch The Blacksonian — er, the National Museum of African American History and Culture — was years and years in the making. It's closed down because of the coronavirus, but we got a virtual tour from the man who devoted his life to giving it life. He's also the first Black leader of the entire Smithsonian Institution. Baller status.
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Lonnie Bunch And The 'Museum Of No'

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Lonnie Bunch And The 'Museum Of No'

Lonnie Bunch And The 'Museum Of No'

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The Blacksonian — er, the National Museum of African American History and Culture — was years and years in the making. It's closed down because of the coronavirus, but we got a virtual tour from the man who devoted his life to giving it life. He's also the first Black leader of the entire Smithsonian Institution. Baller status.

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