Quote from Smithsonian Secretary Lonnie G. Bunch III. Once again, we bear witness to our country's troubled history of racial violence. History demonstrates that we can become a better society but only if we collectively demand it from each other and our institutions.
Black and white portrait of Willi Smith, a young African American man wearing spectacles, a white t-shirt, and blue jeans. He poses in a studio background composed of draped white sheets. Also in the background is a cheetah-print flag. By his feet is curled a length of zebra print fabric
Willi Smith Community Archive
A line drawing of Carnegie Mansion, a handsome historic home
Digital Mansion
As seen from above, a person arranges colorful post it notes in a row. Next to this person's hands are more craft supplies including a pair of scissors and colorful sheets of paper
Virtual Events
A young girl with medium skin tone and dark hair explores Smithsonian online resources on her laptop
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In the Cooper Hewitt galleries, a trio of mannequins sport avant-garde modestwear