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The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture is paying homage to Marvel’s Black Panther film with a display of the much loved Black Panther costume, as a part of the museum’s inaugural Black Film Festival.
The museum’s African American Media Arts Center director, Dr. Rhea Combs says cultural impact is the primary consideration when collecting objects. For more details about the costume display, see here: Essence article – Black Panther Display at The Smithsonian
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