A Home For Black History

BBC World Service

It’s been described as the hardest curatorial job in history and been more than ten years in the making. As President Obama cuts the ribbon of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC, we are onsite to hear from the architects, curators and uncover moving stories behind their varied acquisitions.

Produced by Susan Marling and Victoria Ferran

Broadcast: September 24th 2016