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News Briefing: America’s Attic Is Ready for Its Public

By Kate Golden on November 20, 2008One Comment
  • Veteran civil rights activist Julian Bond will not seek another term as chairman of the NAACP.  [Baltimore Sun]
  • Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art is seeking large cash infusions from donors after falling into economic crisis.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • The Wallace Foundation awards $7.7 million to nine Seattle arts groups and the Washington State Arts Commission.  [Seattle Times]
  • The National Museum of American History reinvents itself after an $85 million overhaul.  [Washington Post]
  • A MacArthur Foundation study describes new-media usage.  [New York Times]
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