The Curator Chats Series

The Curator Chats are video portraits of curators from the National Museum of African History and Culture. They provide insight and anecdotal information about exhibitions at the museum and upcoming projects.

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The New Negro Renaissance

Museum Specialist, Tulani Salahu-Din, discusses the emergence and significance of the New Negro Renaissance during World War I.
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Cultural Expressions

Supervisory Museum Curator of the African Diaspora, Joanne T. Hyppolite, Ph.D., gives a deeper look behind the exhibit, Cultural Expressions.
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Sports: Leveling the Playing Field

Damion Thomas, Sports Curator at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, dives into the significance of African American athletes both on and off the playing field.
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Double Victory: The African American Military Experience

Mary N. Elliot, Curator at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, explores the military service of African Americans -- from the American Revolution to the War on Terror.
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