Looking southeast from near Constitution Avenue NW in evening sunlight, the National Museum of African American History and Culture

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An ode to the Black Lives Matter movement like you've never seen it before, courtesy of the new NMAAHC.

Rachaell Davis
Sep, 29, 2016

By now, you've likely seen the hundreds of amazing photos from inside the Smithsonian's National Museum of African-American History And Culture, but this photo of the landmark's brilliant architecture as it appears at night is nothing short of breathtaking.

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Paying tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement in arguably the most empowering and remarkable show of support yet, the outside of the building lit up with a collage of moments from BLM protests, with the images of organization's signature banner displayed multiple times just as the sky fell dark on Wednesday evening. Instagram user John Plummer shared the indescribably jaw-dropping picture on his personal page, courtesy of a follower who captured the magical moment.

✊🏾🖖🏾 #blacklivesmatter #nmaahc

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Could this BE any more awesome?!?