¡Presente! A Latino History of the United States
Molina Family Latino Gallery, National Museum of American History
The inaugural exhibition of the Molina Family Latino Galleryuncovers hidden and forgotten stories, connects visitors to Latino culture, and lays the foundation for understanding how Latinas and Latinos inform and shape U.S. history and culture.
¡Pleibol! In the Barrios and the Big Leagues
National Museum of American History
For nearly a century, baseball has been a crucial social and cultural force in Latino communities across the United States. And, for just as long, Latina and Latino players have had a huge impact on the game. ¡Pleibol! examines how generations of Latinas and Latinos have helped make the game what it is today.
Baseball: America's Homerun
April 9, 2022 – January 5, 2025
National Postal Museum
The National Postal Museum presents a blockbuster exhibition exploring America’s national pastime. The exhibition, presented in English and Spanish through a collaboration with the Smithsonian Latino Center, will have broad appeal to collectors of stamps and memorabilia, family audiences, and diehard fans.
The National Museum of the American Latino is featuring an online virtual exhibit on the Healing Uvalde Mural Project. The Healing Uvalde Mural project is a collaboration with the Uvalde community, family members and artists to create 21 murals honoring those killed in the Robb Elementary mass shooting. View all 21 murals in our virtual exhibition and learn more about this project honoring the lives lost on May 24, 2022.