Lonnie Bunch, director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, on the National Mall in Washington, March 21, 2016. Opening in September as the country is in the midst of one of the most charged conversations about race in decades, the museum is almost bound to be controversial. "I know that we are not going to please everybody,Ó said Bunch. (Matt Roth/The New York Times)
Lonnie Bunch, director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, on the National Mall in Washington, March 21, 2016. Opening in September as the country is in the midst of one of the most charged conversations about race in decades, the museum is almost bound to be controversial. "I know that we are not going to please everybody,Ó said Bunch. (Matt Roth/The New York Times) MATT ROTH NYT
Lonnie Bunch, director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, on the National Mall in Washington, March 21, 2016. Opening in September as the country is in the midst of one of the most charged conversations about race in decades, the museum is almost bound to be controversial. "I know that we are not going to please everybody,Ó said Bunch. (Matt Roth/The New York Times) MATT ROTH NYT