“The centennial is a celebration of the accomplishments of our country and of what we do in the world.
It is a moment to recognize and celebrate our accomplishments and the achievements of our people.”
But what if you want to celebrate how the world is changing?
“The Columbian Exhibition has been around for 100 years,” said Kristina O’Neill, president and CEO of the National Museum of the American Indian.
“It’s an important moment in the history of the country.
I think we’re in a time when we need to be very conscious about how we do things.”
How do you celebrate that?
“I think that is one of the things that we are really passionate about.
I feel like we have to be thinking about that.
That’s the message that I think people really care about,” O’Neil said.
“I don’t think we need one more celebration than the centenary, and that’s what I think is really important.”
So what are some of the best ways to celebrate?
There’s the new Smithsonian exhibition, The Color of America, which will open April 5, that will highlight the color of the people in the country, the diversity in the United States and the ways in which the United State has changed in the last 100 years.
There’s also a new documentary, Black America: The Story of the Colour of America that will air May 4 on the PBS station, WGBH.
In an interview with Fox News, O’Malley, who was born in a mixed-race family, said she hopes to create a national conversation about race and identity.
“We need to come together as Americans and have a conversation about who we are, where we come from and who we want to be,” she said.
“I think there’s a need to acknowledge the change that has occurred in our country over the last 20 years, especially the way that our country is becoming more diverse and more diverse in terms of the demographics of the population that it has.”
The National Museum’s newest exhibit, the Color of the Americas, is a portrait of the diverse people who live in the U.S. from the beginning of recorded history through the present day.
It features portraits of Native American women, people of color and women of color in all walks of life.
The museum has also created a video series called Color of Change, in which participants can create their own color-changing art to create their very own portrait.
“The Color of Color of American is about understanding and sharing the beauty that comes from diverse societies.
And I think that’s really important,” O`Malley said.
The museum also recently unveiled the Color in the Sky, an exhibit that looks at the diversity of the colors in the sky.
“When you look at the sky, you see the sky that we all see in the morning,” O*Malley said of the color.
“But when you look out at the sun, you are seeing the light that we see as we breathe, and then you have that energy of sunlight.
It’s not just the light, it’s that energy.”
She added, “We’ve got to embrace it.
We have to embrace that we have a shared history of what it means to be different.”
O*Mara has said that she is interested in exploring ways that the Smithsonian can be more inclusive.
The organization has a diversity policy that requires all employees to be at least half-white and half-black, and all employees have to meet the same requirements for diversity.
“To do that is important to our mission of being a truly inclusive institution, and we are going to keep making that commitment,” she told Fox News.