Our staffers love our new wing, The Nation We Build Together. To share it with those of you who haven't gotten to visit yet, they took selfies with favorite objects and stories. These exhibitions will be on display for years to come (except for "Religion in Early America," which closes in June 2018) and we hope you get a chance to come see them. Let us know if you need tips or recommendations for your trip! 📷 Amy, MacMillan Associate Director for Audience Engagement: The "vejigante" masks and carnival costumes from the Teodoro Vidal Collection have always been some of my favorite objects. I'm so excited that this one is on display in "Many Voices, One Nation." The costumes represent the wonderful diversity of our nation and the ways in which we come together as communities. 📷 Katharine, Program Manager: Here in Unity Square, Alex, one of our program facilitators, is setting up Head to Head. It's one of my favorite activities in this new activity space. It brings people together over unanswerable questions. Did Muhammad Ali change America more than Eleanor Roosevelt? What about Steve Jobs? It’s different every time! This is one of four American Experiments, new activities that promote play, discussion, and civic engagement in Unity Square. Head to Head is another fun one! 📷 Caroline, Program Facilitator: The protest posters in "American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith" are really interesting to me. I love seeing the many causes Americans have come out to fight for! It's a great mixture of modern and historical issues. The wall allows our visitors to see what Americans have valued throughout the years. 📷 Carrie, Wegmans #Wonderplace Coordinator: In "Many Voices, One Nation," there's a table made by German immigrant Peter Glass and it's so cool. There are over 30,000 individual pieces of wood in the inlay design! He even included a19th century inlay selfie. 📷 Amelia, Communications Specialist: When I was growing up, I loved spending time with my grandparents. My grandmother, Martha, was a devout Catholic. Images of Our Lady of Guadalupe, like this one in "Many Voices, One Nation," always spark memories of her for me.