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America today is sometimes described as the world's most successful multi cultural nation.
But today's success came after the -- of slavery and racial segregation.
I want my daughters to see the shackles that bound slaves.
On there voyage across the ocean in the shards of glass.
Flew from the sixteenth street Baptist church and understanding that.
And evil exists in the world but I also want them here.
Louis Armstrong's -- And learn about the Negro League and read the -- of Phyllis -- President Obama's children will be able to examine the achievements and the pains suffered by African Americans.
-- a 500 million dollar museum to be constructed on a quarter of the National Mall not far from the Washington monument.
We just felt just -- -- story.
400 -- store up African American contribution to this nation's history from slavery to the president.
Without anger and our apology.
Some stories to be told by the museum will be new to most people.
Stories like that of successful businessman Julius Rosen Walt he decided to give scholarships to African Americans and others but he also built schools all around the country.
There are major.
Historians scholars lawyers whose families would not have been educated.
Had these schools throughout the south.
Not been built so we've got.
Objects found that school and if it's a little known story but very important -- the ceremonial groundbreaking was invitation only.
But -- tourist -- from New York was transfixed.
Watching the event.
On the monitors in our -- truck if we just focus on like the teacher and everything is not the past.
Black Susan I won't have like don't expect to burn like.
That -- really you actually went through all all that hate and destruction.
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