The American Conservative ascribes some claims to Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC):
Look at this stunning exhibition from the website of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture. This is from its web page about the menace of “Whiteness”. Aside from the anti-white stereotypes here, notice the inadvertently anti-black insanity: things like hard work, being on time, cause and effect, “rational thinking,” respect for authority, politeness — all these things, according to the museum, are manifestations of “whiteness.”
The Sun makes a similar claim.
They are apparently referring to an infographic titled Aspects and Assumptions of Whiteness & White Culture in the United States, which has NMAAHC at the top ([Smithsonian] National Museum of African American History and Culture). Reading through it can certainly give some bad impressions, or at least yield a lot of confusion. As such, this question is not about the infographic's content.
The infographic doesn't seem to be on the Smithsonian’s website nor do more mainstream sources quote them.
Did the Smithsonian ever publish this infographic, either on it's site or in print somewhere else?