In 2009, Tanzania-born architect David Adjaye was commissioned to
design the Smithsonian’s Nat'l Museum of African American History and
Culture, which, according to Adjaye, will be a cross between "African American cultural traditions and their common roots in Africa itself." Now, the 47-year old owner of a global design firm has won the
WSJ Magazine’s 2013 Architecture Innovator Award.
According to information released by the Joint Center for Political and
Economic Studies, African Americans are more likely than other groups to
use the Internet to search for jobs, particularly when it comes to
using mobile devices and social media for that purpose.