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Afro-Latinidad in the Smithsonian's African American Museum Spaces
The Public historian
The nearly fifty-year gap between the establishment of Smithsonian's Anacostia Community Museum (ACM) and the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) created a difference in the museums' central narratives about Blackness and the inclusion of Afro-Latinidad. The Anacostia emerged in 1967 as part of the Black museum movement. It has historically framed Blackness as DC-based African Americanness with periodic inclusion of Afro-Latinidad. The first object in the collectiondoi:10.1525/tph.2018.40.3.278 fatcat:wkgaonuplrfb3fh4mk7t6vavna