In Washington, the recently built National Museum of African-American Culture and History (NMAACH), directed under the Smithsonian Institute, presents these days Everyday Beauty. This exhibition offers a tremendous panorama of African-Americans using photography as a tool for reversing perceptions, representations and clichés in a segretationnist America during the forties.
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