Marita Rivera, Director of the Museum of African American History, and Edmund Barry Gaither, Director of the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists pose next to Eternal Presence, John Wilson’s monumental head on the grounds of the latter. The directors shared stories and reaffirmed their commitment to continued cooperation between Boston’s two black museums. The museums have complementary missions with one focused on American social history and the other on the global heritage of black people in the visual arts.20160916_111507