In Washington D.C., the Molina Family Latino Gallery at the National Museum of American History explores diverse stories of Latinos in the U.S. through dynamic, multidisciplinary exhibitions and immersive learning experiences. The gallery’s inaugural presentation—¡Presente! A Latino History of the United States—connects visitors to Latino culture and lays a foundation for understanding how Latino communities have shaped U.S. history and culture.
Featuring multimedia exhibits, physical objects and digital storytelling, the exhibition provides broad perspectives in terms of the larger role that Latinos have played in the American narrative. At the entrance, a nearly 14-foot-long, 8-foot high Planar® TVF Series LED video wall shows dynamic images that reflect the diversity of Latino experiences in the U.S. and features interactive content to engage and attract visitors.