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Renovations at Civil Rights Museum move forward

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The imposing bronze sculpture that has awed visitors at the National Civil Rights Museum was moved Tuesday to make room for renovation work. Workers used a forklift to slowly haul the 14,000-pound sculpture out of the lobby in two pieces. A heavy crane then hoisted each piece onto a flatbed truck, destined for a storage facility. The sculpture, known as "Movement to...

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