US: New museum shines light on cultural ‘heroes’

A new museum in the US city of Chicago is shining a spotlight on what it calls the country's unsung heroes: writers.

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    A new museum in the US city of Chicago is shining a spotlight on what it calls the country's unsung heroes: writers.

     

    But it is not just honouring authors, as comedians, poets and songwriters also share the stage.

     

    Al Jazeera's Diane Eastabrook reports from Chicago.


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