The Power Of Persuasion; Why 'Black America' Needs To Visit The United States Holocaust Museum.

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The Power Of Persuasion; Why ‘Black America’ Needs To Visit The United States Holocaust Museum.

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(ThyBlackMan.com) If I know nothing else, experience has taught me that life is full of unexpected twists and unappreciated turns. Although I fought the fight with every fiber of my being, I long ago accepted the unavoidable reality that only the Lord knows why he allows us to go through what we go through. We are after all, mere mortals in the grand scheme of life.

My attempts to deal with my relative mundane stature were failures until I adopted the words of Public Enemy frontman Chuck D who stated in his recording Prophets of Rage, “I roll with the punches, so I survive.”

I’ll tell you that an unexpected twist that occurred in my life was my selection by the Jack & Anita Hess Society as a fellow at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) in Washington, D.C.

My selection for this opportunity was befuddling for several reasons, most notably because I have little interest in the history of European Jews. Anyone who has read my writings soon realizes that my intellectual interests are firmly planted in the African-American experience, Black Power politics to be specific. When deciding if I would accept the invitation, a part of me reasoned that at least it’s a free trip to Washington, D.C. a place that I had not been since the sixth grade. Never in a million years would I have suspected that much like the sinful revelers in Alice Walker’s The Color Purple that “maybe God was trying to tell me something.”

I never imagined that my time at the USHMM would enlighten me in a manner that removed all doubt that “God was trying to tell me something.”

Undoubtedly, the most pertinent thing that I learned while away from my home campus had nothing to do with Jewish History. That distinction is reserved for the recognition of the power that one could activate in both sympathizers and opponents with via a well-planned display of history. I left Washington, D.C. realizing that even the staunchly anti-Semitic were permanently affected after visiting the USHMM.

During a private conversation, a USHMM administrator revealed that the primary goal of the museum was the telling of the Jewish story in such a persuasive manner that even avowed enemies hateful thoughts and political positions would be lessened. Even my initial reflection on this matter led me to realize that the Jewish historical narrative has tapped into the sympathies of black folk; in fact, it is common to encounter blacks who have more sympathy for the Jewish Holocaust than they do for the Holocaust that their ancestors experienced. Unfortunately for other victims of Holocausts, there is no more significant sign of the Jewish Holocaust’s supreme importance than the fact that the word Holocaust seems to be trademarked to Jewish suffering.

Consider for a moment that the suffering that Jews endured did not occur in this land. However, they have found a way to convince America that it should offer reparations for an injury that happened on another continent while the descendants of stolen Africans forcibly transported to America continue to be denied such justice. The issue of black suffering has been so discounted that most Americans, including the majority of blacks, do not believe that any reparations are due to the sons and daughters of Africa.

The most important question surrounding this matter is “Why have the sons and daughters of Africa been denied while others have not.”

The pursuit for redress by the Jewish community for their horrific experience extends further than monetary compensation. Jewish leaders have taken their pursuit of justice to a level that no black leader that I have encountered has considered as a realistic option; the Jews are tracking down those individuals whose actions are directly tied to their suffering and bringing them to justice.

Such pursuits serve as the storyline for the recently released film, Operation Finale. The film follows Peter Malkin, a legendary Mossad agent, as he goes to Argentina to capture Adolf Eichmann. It is Eichmann who serves as the mastermind behind what Adolph Hitler termed the Final Solution; meaning, the wholesale extermination of Jews.

Although I am uncertain if my present feelings regarding the repeated failure of blacks to move beyond bottom-rung status in America while Jews flourish are emanating from a place of envy or frustration; most likely both jealousy and frustration play a part in my emotional state.

My frustrations with Black America as it continues a tradition of historic ineptitude that no other population other than disorganized Africans could ever hope to match is apparent to all around me. While non-blacks develop and execute reasonable politico-economic collectivist plans that rally their people, Black America remains devoutly disorganized and ridiculously inefficient in handling both inter-racial and intra-racial problems.

It appears that neither black political leaders nor the citizens that blindly follow them have learned anything from the liberation plans of non-black groups. Until this pattern of inefficiency is corrected, Black America will not only continue to languish behind others; they will also watch others accomplish political goals that they can not even conceive.

And the black man penning this essay will grow even more frustrated at the tired, sordid tale of Black America.

Staff Writer; Dr. James Thomas Jones III

Official website; http://www.ManhoodRaceCulture.com

One may also connect with this brother via TwitterDrJamestJones.


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5 Responses to “The Power Of Persuasion; Why ‘Black America’ Needs To Visit The United States Holocaust Museum.”
  1. Anirban (aka Abner) Bhattacharya says:

    Things to regard. During WW2, millions on both sides died. Axis nations Germany, Japan & Italy along with Nazi Germany’s other satellite allies such as Romania, Hungary & Finland, etc. had civilian deaths during the war. Germany, Japan & Italy had many civilian deaths such as their cities being bombed, Soviet atrocities & 2 atom bombs dropped on Hiroshima & Nagasaki.

    My view with the atom bombs always has and will be that atom bombs should’ve been dropped elsewhere in Japan with fewer civilian deaths, but I can’t guarantee surrender and only bad choices for President Harry S. Truman. An invasion would have had more civilians killed and wounded. If Axis Japan, Nazi Germany & Fascist Italy had the atom bombs, they would have used them against us & we may still be dealing with them today.

    Here’s the thing. If a person were to say ‘100,000 innocents killed in Hiroshima & Nagasaki’, that person likely will have others reply that while the babies & small kids killed in Hiroshima & Nagasaki are innocent war victims, the adults killed in Hiroshima & Nagasaki possibly are guilty, such as it’s possible the adults took part in atrocities such as Rape of Nanking & or killing POW such as Bataan. Same thing with Nazi Germany & Fascist Italy. People will often say that the 3 year old German, Italian & Japanese kids killed during WW2 are innocent war victims, but the parents could have been Nazis & Fascists.

    Incidentally, I have heard people justify or make excuses for the killing of children who are German, Japanese & Italian children arguing on how the kids could turn out to be future Nazis, Axis & Fascists. The late journalist John Sack made excuses for the pedophile Solomon Morell when Solomon Morell raped little girls & when Solomon Morell killed a mentally retarded German boy, with John Sack making excuses such as because Solomon Morell had family members killed during Shoah, that John Sack excused Solomon Morell raping little girls & murdering boys.

    With Holocaust against the Jews, I have heard people say things such as ‘6 million innocent souls’ but not all 6 million victims are innocent. Yes, kids such as the girl Anne Frank & the boy with his hands up are innocent victims. The adult Holocaust victims may or may not have been innocent. Yes, you have adult Holocaust victims who were schoolteachers & citizens just trying to get through the next day.

    But not all Holocaust victims are that. Some of the people who were killed in the concentration camps and ghettoes were Communists, pedophiles, etc. and sometimes Mobsters (in this case Nazis) kill bad people. Murderers sometimes kill bad people. Nazis sometimes murdered bad people. Some of the people who were killed in the concentration camps and ghettoes were Communists, pedophiles, etc. and sometimes Mobsters (in this case Nazis) kill bad people.

    We have heard that 6 million innocents were killed in concentration camps, ghettoes and shot and killed by the Nazis. Given that some of them were horrible people such as Stalin’s henchmen and henchwomen, then all 6 million are not innocents and quite a few of the victims are horrible people. If a Jewish person was a Communist, then if a Jewish Commies ended up being killed by the Nazi mobster Einsatzgruppen, then that means fewer Julius and Ethel Rosenberg (who gave atom bomb secrets to the former USSR) and fewer Commie dictators like Kim Il Sung.

    I don’t think Jews, Gypsies or anybody should have been put in ghettoes and concentration camps. But not all those who were killed in the concentration camps and ghettoes were Anne Franks or the boy with his hands up in a 1943 Warsaw photo. Some of the people who were killed in the concentration camps and ghettoes were Communists, pedophiles, etc. and sometimes Mobsters (in this case Nazis) kill bad people.

    Dennis Mark Prager and Aaron Marshall Breitbart of the SWC would get offended if you point out the fact that not all Holocaust victims were Anne Franks & both Dennis Mark Prager and Aaron Marshall Breitbart of the SWC would get offended if you mention the fact that individually, some of the Holocaust victims were horrible people. If you were to see a photo of an Einsatzgruppen shooting a man in a ditch and ask, who the victim was before he was killed ?, Aaron Marshall Breitbart and Dennis Mark Prager would get offended by you asking that especially, if you imply the victim was a horrible person.

    Yes, it’s wrong to execute without a trial and it’s wrong to put people in concentration camps and ghettoes to be starved and worked to death, shot, etc. But in some cases the Nazis killed bad people and there are cases where the Nazis killed pedophiles in the concentration camps and ghettoes. A broken clock gives you the right time twice a day & out of millions killed by the Nazis, you could find cases where the Nazis killed horrible people.

    Also, many people including educated people do not know much about the Korean War and many do not know that the Korean War did not end in a peace treaty but in a 1953 armistice which has been violated a few times by North Korea. Many do not know that during the Vietnam War, North Korea sometimes violated the 1953 armistice by doing attacks on American Soldiers and their South Korean allies south of the 38 Parallel DMZ.

    And with wars-soldiers killing eachother in a fight is 1 thing. But harming POW is bad. Bataan death march during WW2, atrocities committed against POW during the Korean War and Vietnam War (Hanoi Hilton) are bad and against Geneva Protocol. Once asked a Vietnam War veteran what he thought about enemy soldiers ? He told me that if they were trying to kill him in a fight, he won’t pass judgment as it’s a war and soldiers are sent to fight for their nations whether it’s the right or wrong cause. Now however, if the enemy soldiers are going to take POW and mutilate them, then that is bad & that’s murder.

    Many people would not know who Sgt. Leonard George Siffleet was-the ANZAC POW who was beheaded during WW2 by the Japanese soldiers. Japanese soldiers followed Bushido code (Samurai way) and they treated POW, including American POW, Chamorro Indians in Guam, Chinese POW , Filipino POW were beheaded and bayonetted by Japanese soldiers. That is bad.

    If you want information on US military during Korean War and the Vietnam War, or other things military, the TV show the Big Picture presented by the U.S. Army which ran from the Korean War until the early 1971 gives alot of information. Big Picture also discusses topics such as nuclear powered submarines, small nuclear reactors, Ranger training, training military dogs, Berlin Airlift, Berlin Wall, Cuba Missile Crisis, etc. The USMC, US Navy Presents and USAF presents also did shows on these topics, as well as the Korean War and Vietnam War.

    Finally, the military has used atomic energy since the 1950s. President Dwight David Eisenhower came up with the idea of atoms for peace. I support nuclear/atomic energy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We must use Small Modular nuclear reactors (SMR) and we must use Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor. I also support hydroelectric dams and geothermal. American Lung Association supports nuclear/atomic energy since that gives cleaner air and benefits asthmatics. Professor Steven Arthur Pinker supports atomic/nuclear energy. There are wildlife experts who support nuclear/atomic energy.

  2. Anirban (aka Abner) Bhattacharya says:

    Pelvo White, etc., with my Holocaust comments, I called Marcus Aaron Applebaum of the USHMM, but he didn’t reply to my message. I know my comments possibly angered him, but I asked him-who were the Holocaust victims before their deaths? It’s human nature for people to say their family members were nice people & yes, many Holocaust victims were ordinary people such as girls like Anne Franks or the boy with his hands up. Most Holocaust survivors & most Holocaust descendants don’t usually admit ugly facts of who their relatives were before they were killed. I write what most Holocaust historians including USHMM usually won’t discuss & that’s who were the victims before their deaths?

    Murderers sometimes kill bad people. Nazis sometimes murdered bad people. Some of the people who were killed in the concentration camps and ghettoes were Communists, pedophiles, etc. and sometimes Mobsters (in this case Nazis) kill bad people.

    Dennis Mark Prager and Aaron Marshall Breitbart of the SWC would get offended if you point out the fact that not all Holocaust victims were Anne Franks & both Dennis Mark Prager and Aaron Marshall Breitbart of the SWC would get offended if you mention the fact that individually, some of the Holocaust victims were horrible people. If you were to see a photo of an Einsatzgruppen shooting a man in a ditch and ask, who the victim was before he was killed ?, Aaron Marshall Breitbart and Dennis Mark Prager would get offended by you asking that especially, if you imply the victim was a horrible person.

    Yes, it’s wrong to execute without a trial and it’s wrong to put people in concentration camps and ghettoes to be starved and worked to death, shot, etc. But in some cases the Nazis killed bad people and there are cases where the Nazis killed pedophiles in the concentration camps and ghettoes. A broken clock gives you the right time twice a day & out of millions killed by the Nazis, you could find cases where the Nazis killed horrible people.

    What I will ask can anger people-but should Holocaust history also include testimonies of those who were in the Einsatzgruppen? Einsatzgruppen also killed Soviet Commissars, but Holocaust Museum in Washington DC omits the ugly history of the Soviet Commissars before they were killed. Yes, it’s Nazi mobsters killing Soviet mobsters but Red Army Commissars were not ordinary soldiers sent to do job for their nations-the Communist Red Army Commissars often took part in things such as killing children, raping girls & maiming POW.

    Soviet partisans were often Communists who took part in things such as raping 10 year olds. Just don’t see how a Nazi mobster (Einsatzgruppen) killing a Soviet Communist partisan is something to mourn about if it turns out the Soviet partisan did things describe, which is why the Commissar Order was justified because those killed by the Commissar Order weren’t oridnary POW.

    Also, many people including educated people do not know much about the Korean War and many do not know that the Korean War did not end in a peace treaty but in a 1953 armistice which has been violated a few times by North Korea. Many do not know that during the Vietnam War, North Korea sometimes violated the 1953 armistice by doing attacks on American Soldiers and their South Korean allies south of the 38 Parallel DMZ.

    If you want information on US military during Korean War and the Vietnam War, or other things military, the TV show the Big Picture presented by the U.S. Army which ran from the Korean War until the early 1971 gives alot of information. Big Picture also discusses topics such as nuclear powered submarines, small nuclear reactors, Ranger training, training military dogs, Berlin Airlift, Berlin Wall, Cuba Missile Crisis, etc. The USMC, US Navy Presents and USAF presents also did shows on these topics, as well as the Korean War and Vietnam War.

    Finally, the military has used atomic energy since the 1950s. President Dwight David Eisenhower came up with the idea of atoms for peace. I support nuclear/atomic energy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We must use Small Modular nuclear reactors (SMR) and we must use Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor. I also support hydroelectric dams and geothermal. American Lung Association supports nuclear/atomic energy since that gives cleaner air and benefits asthmatics. Professor Steven Arthur Pinker supports atomic/nuclear energy. There are wildlife experts who support nuclear/atomic energy.

  3. Anirban (aka Abner) Bhattacharya says:

    The Fascist Italian dictator’s full name Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini and he was the true friend who Hitler had when it came to foreign leaders. Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy’s alliance was a friendship. So Fascist Italy could be called Hitler’s friend when it came to the 3 Axis nations. Nazi Germany and Axis Japan were untrustworthy allies as Axis Japan did what was in Japan’s interests mainly. Fascist Italy and Axis Japan were also untrustworthy allies. Of course during the late 1800s and during WW2-Germany, Italy and Japan believed they were the greatest.

    I once knew a Jewish lawyer (won’t name him) who talked about Holocaust, etc. He told me that he wouldn’t visit Germany and Austria, yet he would visit Japan and he drove a Japanese car. Now it’s his money and if he wants to visit Japan or drive a Japanese car, then it’s his right. This lawyer was pro-Israel. With many Jews, their loyalty is more to Israel than the U.S. This lawyer implied he didn’t care about American POW killed by Japanese soldiers during WW2. This lawyer was also OK with taking Palestinian land and he wanted American wars for Israel such as Iraq. This lawyer’s loyalty was to Israel and not the United States.

    This could anger people, but it was mainly Jewish Communists who did Holodomor in former USSR and a bigger genocide which happened against Latvians, Ukrainians and others in former USSR committed by Jewish Commies and millions of them were starved to death in GULag. Soviet Commies who killed Ukrainians, Latvians, Estonians, etc. were Jewish Communists, such as Lazar M. Kaganovich, Genrikh Grigorivich Yagoda, Lavrenti Beria etc. and they did this in the 1920s and 1930s.

    We have heard that 6 million innocents were killed in concentration camps, ghettoes and shot and killed by the Nazis. Given that some of them were horrible people such as Stalin’s henchmen and henchwomen, then all 6 million are not innocents and quite a few of the victims are horrible people. If a Jewish person was a Communist, then if a Jewish Commies ended up being killed by the Nazi mobster Einsatzgruppen, then that means fewer Julius and Ethel Rosenberg (who gave atom bomb secrets to the former USSR) and fewer Commie dictators like Kim Il Sung.

    I don’t think Jews, Gypsies or anybody should have been put in ghettoes and concentration camps. But not all those who were killed in the concentration camps and ghettoes were Anne Franks or the boy with his hands up in a 1943 Warsaw photo. Some of the people who were killed in the concentration camps and ghettoes were Communists, pedophiles, etc. and sometimes Mobsters (in this case Nazis) kill bad people.

    Dennis Mark Prager and Aaron Marshall Breitbart of the SWC would get offended if you point out the fact that not all Holocaust victims were Anne Franks & both Dennis Mark Prager and Aaron Marshall Breitbart of the SWC would get offended if you mention the fact that individually, some of the Holocaust victims were horrible people. If you were to see a photo of an Einsatzgruppen shooting a man in a ditch and ask, who the victim was before he was killed ?, Aaron Marshall Breitbart and Dennis Mark Prager would get offended by you asking that especially, if you imply the victim was a horrible person.

    Yes, it’s wrong to execute without a trial and it’s wrong to put people in concentration camps and ghettoes to be starved and worked to death, shot, etc. But in some cases the Nazis killed bad people and there are cases where the Nazis killed pedophiles in the concentration camps and ghettoes. A broken clock gives you the right time twice a day & out of millions killed by the Nazis, you could find cases where the Nazis killed horrible people.

    Also, many people including educated people do not know much about the Korean War and many do not know that the Korean War did not end in a peace treaty but in a 1953 armistice which has been violated a few times by North Korea. Many do not know that during the Vietnam War, North Korea sometimes violated the 1953 armistice by doing attacks on American Soldiers and their South Korean allies south of the 38 Parallel DMZ.

    If you want information on US military during Korean War and the Vietnam War, or other things military, the TV show the Big Picture presented by the U.S. Army which ran from the Korean War until the early 1971 gives alot of information. Big Picture also discusses topics such as nuclear powered submarines, small nuclear reactors, Ranger training, training military dogs, Berlin Airlift, Berlin Wall, Cuba Missile Crisis, etc. The USMC, US Navy Presents and USAF presents also did shows on these topics, as well as the Korean War and Vietnam War.

    Finally, the military has used atomic energy since the 1950s. President Dwight David Eisenhower came up with the idea of atoms for peace. I support nuclear/atomic energy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We must use Small Modular nuclear reactors (SMR) and we must use Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor. I also support hydroelectric dams and geothermal. American Lung Association supports nuclear/atomic energy since that gives cleaner air and benefits asthmatics. Professor Steven Arthur Pinker supports atomic/nuclear energy. There are wildlife experts who support nuclear/atomic energy.

  4. Anirban (aka Abner) Bhattacharya says:

    Wars are holocausts, as they are about exterminating your enemies until you get what you want be they land, water, territory, surrender. During WW2, we bombed German, Japanese and Italian cities hoping for surrender. The 3 year olds killed in Germany, Japan and Italy are innocent even if parents were guilty. Incidentally,atom bombs should’ve been dropped elsewhere in Japan with fewer civilian deaths, but I can’t guarantee surrender and only bad choices for President Harry S. Truman. An invasion would have had more civilians killed and wounded.

    We have heard that 6 million innocents were killed in concentration camps, ghettoes and shot and killed by the Nazis. Given that some of them were horrible people such as Stalin’s henchmen and henchwomen, then all 6 million are not innocents and quite a few of the victims are horrible people. I am for peace, I am against putting people in concentration camps and ghettoes. But I call the facts as I see it.

    I don’t think Holocaust is much different from other war atrocities & I support the Commissar Order. Yes, it’s Nazi mobsters killing Soviet mobsters but Red Army Commissars were not ordinary soldiers sent to do job for their nations-the Communist Red Army Commissars often took part in things such as killing children, raping girls & maiming POW.

    Soviet partisans were often Communists who took part in things such as raping 10 year olds. Just don’t see how a Nazi mobster (Einsatzgruppen) killing a Soviet Communist partisan is something to mourn about if it turns out the Soviet partisan did things describe, which is why the Commissar Order was justified because those killed by the Commissar Order weren’t oridnary POW. In fact, Soviet POW (esp. Latvian, Estonian and Ukrainians, though few ethnic Russians) sometimes went into Wehrmacht to fight against the Red Army.

    No, I don’t think Jews, Gypsies or anybody should have been put in ghettoes and concentration camps. But not all those who were killed in the concentration camps and ghettoes were Anne Franks or the boy with his hands up in a 1943 Warsaw photo. Some of the people who were killed in the concentration camps and ghettoes were Communists, pedophiles, etc. and sometimes Mobsters (in this case Nazis) kill bad people.

    If Hitler had died in 1938 instead of 1945 (after millions were killed), he would have gone down as a great leader in German history. Germany and later Austria (after 1938) anschluss were advanced in many ways during Hitler’s time be it automotive science (V.W. Beetle came out in 1938), veterinary science and other things. Nazi propaganda would show films of Hitler with children & dogs. Nazis did pass animal welfare laws which were advanced for it’s time such as Hitler signed law to protect the eagle (Eagle on Swastika is Nazi symbol) and Hitler signed laws which created rules on hunting and Hitler signed laws on fastest way to kill crustaceans.

  5. Pelvo White, Jr. says:

    Thank you for sharing your insights into the perceivable condition of Black America. Indeed, the Jewish people have met with great success in sharing their history with Americans and in tracking down those who would seek out and destroy them all, but this group of enlightened Europeans,Jews, and Americans have worked within the influences of great theological ( the King James Version of the Holy Bible ), and the Holy Koran ), political ( allied nations after World War II ), and technological ( sophisticated audio/video devices ) to convince the world that they, as a people, were systematically wronged. The land now known as Israel was given to the Jews by the allied nations after World War II. The bible that is used to influence both white and blacks in America often references venues in and around Israel. Jesus Christ was said to be born in Jerusalem. The grip that the book, television and radio communicated plight of the Jewish people has on the minds ( attentions ) of practicing Christians in America is profound and productive. Black Americans can meet with the same success as black Americans once our story is told. We now have the National Museum of African American History and Culture which authenticates our struggle an ultimate acceptance as American citizens:

    I went to Washington D.C. to tour our National Museum of African American History and Culture. This Smithsonian museum’s beautiful building is located on Constitution Avenue N.W., and was booming with visitors from seemingly all nations and all walks of life. There are security services and tour guides stationed throughout the building that are more than willing to assist visitors as they move through the ramped, multi-leveled, spacious, circular, wheelchair accessible edifice, and souvenirs can be purchased from a delightful museum store to help mark this historic visit. This very interesting tour of the museum begins when you enter and walk into the Concourse room which features ” Sweet Home Cafe “, and a Theater. Proceed on to the entrance to the ” Contemplative Court ” and ” History Galleries ” (C1-C3). C3 is titled “Slavery and Freedom 1400-1877 “. This gallery features statues, written comments, and information on how African slaves were dispersed throughout Europe and the world, actual artifacts,to include slave handcuffs and shackles and audio/visual displays dating from chattel slavery’s beginning through the Civil War. History Gallery C2 is titled ” Defending Freedom, Defining Freedom: The Era of Segregation 1876 – 1968. This exhibit features numerous sights and discussions of the ” Jim Crow Era ” to include an actual railroad car, and a portion of a Florida prison tower that was in use during segregation, an interactive Lunch Counter which shows excerpts of Civil Rights clashes with police and American citizens, the Emmett Till Memorial, a Tuskegee Airplane, and other audio/visual displays relative to this time period. C1 is titled ” A changing America: 1968 And Beyond “and features exhibitions relative to the events of 1968 to include Audio/visual displays of some of the marches of the Civil Rights Movement. Level one ( i.e. L1 ) is titled ” Heritage Hall “, and features an information counter and a museum store. L2 features classrooms,a library, an interactive gallery, center for African American Media Arts and an Explore Your Family History Center. L3 is titled ” Community Galleries ” and features audio/visuals on sports, Making a Way out of No Way “, and ” The African American Military Experience. ” L4 features audio/visuals on ” Visual Arts and the American Experience “, ” Musical Crossroads “, ” Cultural Expressions “, and ” Taking the Stage .” With all displays considered the National Museum of African American History and Culture provides a day’s outing that is both informative and entertaining so teachers, civic organizations, tour guides, and others interested in American history and are seeking a truly memorable tour, put on some comfortable attire and make your way to our nation’s capital to experience the thought provoking, and eye opening National Museum of African American History and Culture.

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