In Support of African American History and Culture

The Intel Foundation, established in 1988, has a long history of championing innovation and the exploration of learning across disciplines and communities. We are proud to be a Founding Donor of the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC), opening this weekend in Washington, D.C.

National Museum of African American History and Culture

Photo credit: Alan Karchmer/NMAAHC

 

The NMAAHC will use the lens of the African American experience to establish a more powerful, nuanced, and inclusive understanding of American and world history – an emphasis which aligns with our own focus on inclusion and diversity. The stories told here are fundamental elements of our American history, and we believe that sharing and amplifying these stories can bring us closer together as a society.

As a foundation, we will continue to support, fund, and develop partnerships with organizations that promote equity and access toward a more just and inclusive society with opportunities for all – so that the next generation of innovators will be more diverse in gender, ethnicity, and geography.

For more information, visit the Intel Foundation and the NMAAHC website.


“The Intel Foundation has a long history of championing innovation and the exploration of learning across disciplines and communities. We are proud to support the National Museum of African American History and Culture. We believe that sharing and amplifying these elements of our American history can bring us closer together as a country.”

 – Rosalind L. Hudnell, President, Intel Foundation


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