"He was an American citizen who deserved better"
Shooting victim's brother-in-law
"Appalled by the chilling military escalation."
"Together we'll learn about ourselves as Americans, our sufferings, our delights, and our triumphs"
"I want to share your sorrow"
"In our party we have much more in common than that which divides us...let's wipe that slate clean starting today"
UK Labour Party leader
"We are at a time in America where race matters again"
Museum's Founding Director
"Tragedy has struck in Washington tonight"
"On free movement... the fundamental freedoms are inseparable"
President, European Parliament
Today September 25, 2016
President Obama has formally opened the US National Museum of African-American History and Culture in Washington – nearly 100 years after it was first proposed by black civil war…
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