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August 6, 2006
Lonnie Bunch
Director of the National Museum of African American History & Culture
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Lonnie Bunch
Director of the National Museum of African American History & Culture

CURRENT:
· Director of Jihad Watch, a project of the David Horowitz Freedom Center.
· Author of two books on Islamic jihad.
· An Adjunct Fellow with the Free Congress Foundation.
· Published numerous books and magazine articles.
· Trustee of the American Association of Museums.
· Member of the American Antiquarian Society
· Appointed by President George W. Bush to the Commission for the Preservation of the White House.

PREVIOUS:
· Smithsonian Institute, Educator and Historian
· Univ. of Massachusetts, Professor of history
· Founding curator of the California African American Museum in Los Angeles
· Associate Director for Curatorial Affairs at the National Museum of American History
· President of the Chicago Historical Society

EDUCATION:
· Belleville High School, 1970
· American University in Washington, B.A. 1974
· M.A. in 1976
· Ph.D. in 1979
· His degrees are in American and African American history

PERSONAL:
Bunch and his wife, Maria, live in the suburbs of Chicago.

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