In new exhibit, Chicago museum reinstates old sculptures

Aired: 3/1/2016 | 0:05:30 | Clip
In a new exhibit, Chicago's Field Museum has revived elements from it's controversial 1933 show, "Races of Mankind," consisting of 104 bronze statues that depict races from around the world. Most of the statues were banished by 1969 as public opinion on race evolved. NewsHour's Megan Thompson reports on the return of the dubious display.