Lina Stephens, chief curator at the Motown Museum, adjusts costumes from the Jackson 5 exhibit.
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Michael Jackson's musical legacy has been getting critically reappraised after a new documentary rekindled allegations of child sexual abuse, but at least two music museums in Detroit and Tennessee aren't scrubbing the King of Pop from their exhibits. The National Museum of African American Music says some Michael Jackson artifacts will be on display in a planned exhibit called "One Nation Under A Groove," when the museum opens in downtown Nashville in early 2020 .NMAAM has collected some artifacts which will be on display in this gallery, each of which will help highlight these aspects of his contributions to African American music.We understand that, like music itself, legacies are constantly evolving, and that we must be able to evolve and shift as needed".
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