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The National Museum of African American history and Culture : a people's journey, a nation's story -- A century in the making -- Laying the foundation - Save our African American treasures -- Rising up : the museum building -- A symbolic site -- The corona -- Landscape -- Heritage Hall -- Concourse - Recipes from Sweet Home Café -- The David M. Rubenstein History Galleries : the journey toward freedom -- Slavery and freedom: The Slave wrecks project -- Defending freedom, defining freedom: the era of segregation 1877-1968 -- A changing America: 1968 and beyond -- Community galleries : making a way out of no way -- Making a way out of no way -- The power of place - Crowning achievements: Mae Reeves -- Double victory: the African American military experience -- Sports: leveling the playing field -- Culture galleries : tradition and innovation -- Cultural expressions -- Musical crossroads - The Mothership Connection -- Taking the stage -- Visual art and the American experience -- Explore more! -- Target Learning Center -- Robert Frederick Smith Explore Your Family History Center -- Earl W. and Amanda Stafford Center for African American Media Arts -- Research Library and Archives - Freedman's Bureau records -- Continue the journey -- Around the Smithsonian -- Around D.C. -- Around the U.S. -- General information -- Credits.
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