Go inside the National Museum of African American History & Culture video transcript

The camera pans down on The National Museum of African American History and Culture. In the background sits the Washington Monument. Upbeat music plays. The National Museum of African American History and Culture is shown from multiple angles on a sunny day. An exhibit inside The National Museum of African American History and Culture is shown. ON SCREEN TEXT: A Century in the Making LAYSHA WARD: Target is really proud to have supported the National Museum of African American History and Culture since its inception. A miniature model of The National Museum of African American History and Culture is shown on a table. A sketch in pen of The National Museum of African American History and Culture is shown. Laysha Ward sits in front of a white wall with a red clock and framed photo. A graphic appears in the lower third of the screen. ON SCREEN TEXT: Laysha Ward LAYSHA WARD: We've been a founding donor, a grand opening sponsor, and our CEO, Brian Cornell, is also a member of the Museum's advisory council. The exterior of The National Museum of African American History and Culture is shown from several angles. Various museum exhibits are shown. LAYSHA WARD: The Museum captures extraordinary stories of ordinary Americans doing incredible things. A statue of Tommie Smith and John Carlos standing on a podium raising their fists in the air is shown. LAYSHA WARD: It's not just about celebrating people who are in history books. Target is really excited to be a part of the Museum's opening. Several women examine various exhibits in the museum. A black and white mural of various African-American figures is shown. LAYSHA WARD: Inclusivity is one of Target's core beliefs and we're really committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment for our guests, for our team members, and the communities. The entrance to a theater is shown. ON SCREEN TEXT: OPRAH WINFREY THEATER A podium with an emblem on it is shown. ON SCREEN TEXT: SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION LAYSHA WARD: I'm equally excited about the Target Learning Center that will be a part of the Museum; a place where families of all backgrounds, of all ages will be able to come together and have a conversation. A man speaks from behind the podium as several people look on. Two men hold up a phone and take a photo of themselves on stage. Lonnie G. Bunch III stands in front of a wall and speaks to someone behind the camera. A graphic appears in the lower third of the screen. ON SCREEN TEXT: Lonnie G. Bunch III LONNIE G. BUNCH III: Target has been with us since the first day I started this job. A blue and yellow biplane is shown hanging in the museum. Several statues are shown. LONNIE G. BUNCH III: What Target has done by supporting our educational commitments, has made sure that this museum will engage many young Americans and will really enrich the educational opportunities of all Americans. The Declaration of Independence is shown engraved on a stone wall. A military uniform is shown behind a glass case. ON SCREEN TEXT: POWELL A violin is displayed behind glass. A black and white portrait of a man is is shown. Lonnie G. Bunch III speaks to someone behind the camera. A man stands at an exhibit and reads while a large screen shows images of war. People walk through various exhibits at the museum. LAYSHA WARD: I think so many, not only African-Americans, but Americans, will feel like they're coming home to a place where they can share stories and experiences and walk away with memories and moments that will leave a lasting impression. A pair of Nikes with President Obama's face on them are displayed behind glass. ON SCREEN TEXT: YES WE CAN A display about The Bronx is shown. A red Cadillac convertible is shown. LAYSHA WARD: It's a place that they'll want to come back with their families time and time again. Laysha Ward speaks to someone off-camera. Light is shown streaming through the windows of the museum. Lonnie G. Bunch III is shown smiling next to two women. The exterior of the museum is shown. A blurred shot of the museum is overlaid by a Target bullseye and white text. ON SCREEN TEXT: A BULLSEYE VIEW behind the scenes at Target