Kansas City actor and director Walter Coppage was on the East Coast for a several performances and decided to join the crowds flocking to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., on its opening weekend. On Sept. 25, he took a selfie in front of the museum.
Kansas City actor and director Walter Coppage was on the East Coast for a several performances and decided to join the crowds flocking to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., on its opening weekend. On Sept. 25, he took a selfie in front of the museum. From Walter Coppage
Kansas City actor and director Walter Coppage was on the East Coast for a several performances and decided to join the crowds flocking to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., on its opening weekend. On Sept. 25, he took a selfie in front of the museum. From Walter Coppage

Inside new African-American history museum, KC actor finds healing, hope

October 01, 2016 8:00 AM

More Videos

Here are the KC hot spots in the epidemic of gun thefts 2:24

Here are the KC hot spots in the epidemic of gun thefts

At 92, WW II pilot returns to the air wearing Army uniform 3:02

At 92, WW II pilot returns to the air wearing Army uniform

David Beaty explains what went wrong for KU in 21-yard performance 0:47

David Beaty explains what went wrong for KU in 21-yard performance

Mizzou basketball coach Cuonzo Martin will use a nine-man rotation 3:38

Mizzou basketball coach Cuonzo Martin will use a nine-man rotation

A look inside the Messenger Coffee Co. building 2:01

A look inside the Messenger Coffee Co. building

Barry Odom: Running backs stepped up, third down defense improved 2:31

Barry Odom: Running backs stepped up, third down defense improved

Self on MU: “The most anticipated exhibition game in the history of exhibition games” 2:44

Self on MU: “The most anticipated exhibition game in the history of exhibition games”

Marshawn Lynch watches in stands after ejection, then rides train with Marcus Peters 0:35

Marshawn Lynch watches in stands after ejection, then rides train with Marcus Peters

Raiders, Chiefs leave the field after Oakland victory 2:21

Raiders, Chiefs leave the field after Oakland victory

Chiefs coach Andy Reid: 'We've got to do better, starting with me' 2:24

Chiefs coach Andy Reid: 'We've got to do better, starting with me'

  • 'Gates of Paradise' installation at Nelson-Atkins museum

    A massive pair of bronze doors considered to be the defining moment of the Italian Renaissance are being installed in the Bloch Building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.