Black museums should celebrate gay blacks. Columnist Deb Price interviews William Billingsley, executive director of the Association of African American Museums. "Billingsley acknowledged to me, the nation's 250 black museums are virtually silent when it comes to truthfully describing the lives of gay African-Americans." There have been several notable exceptions, most recently this week in Virginia. The Alexandria Black History Museum showed Brother Outsider, the celebrated PBS documentary that explores the life of civil rights activist Bayard Rustin and the obstacles put in his path because of his sexual orientation.