The New York Times – For years, dreams for a new kind of institution devoted to exploring Africa’s art, economics and policy issues have driven support for the Africa Center as it aspired to build a headquarters at the top of Manhattan’s so-called Museum Mile and forge a place alongside other major cultural organizations.
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