14 Celebrities Who Couldn't Miss The National Museum Of African American History And Culture Opening

Saturday marked the official opening of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History & Culture. To celebrate the monumental event, celebrities across the board attended the opening as guests, speakers and entertainers. From Oprah Winfrey to Jesse Williams, here's a look at some of the celebrities who celebrated this moment in time.

Amber McKynzie Sep, 26, 2016

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What a time to be alive!

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Commemorating change.

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The Queen of Katwe reigns honoring African American culture.

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Generations of Black history coming together for more.

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Celebrating history with her #squad.

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A night out at the National Museum of African American History & Culture.

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Flavor Flav and Public Enemy rapped for social justice in the '90s and they're doing it again, now!

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Celebrating history!

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Rocking a little Black Girl Magic!

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T.D. Jakes' daughter celebrating a historic moment.

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An inspiring speech by two Hollywood greats!

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“The story that is told here doesn’t just belong to black Americans, it belongs to all Americans." - President Obama

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A legendary musician playing at an iconic event - it just doesn't get any better. 

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History is always a family affair.