The opening of the National Museum of African-American History and Culture in Washington was a splashing win to end the week last Saturday. It was a star studded affair and most witnesses said the event was the biggest ceremony since last year's visit of the Pope.
Traffic was six blocks long reducing vehicles to a crawl with seventeen security checkpoints before reaching the venue. Tickets to the event were sold out weeks and the presence of President Obama and former President George W. Bush pushed the ceremony to a sky high level.
The museum was assessed as a symbol of recognition of the civil rights efforts from the days of slavery to the current era including artefacts and the achievements of greats like the late Mohamed Ali, civil rights icons, Ron Lewis, Jesse Jackson [...]