Hundreds Celebrate Obama's Inauguration, King Holiday At DuSable Museum
Hundreds of people packed one of the nation's largest African-American museums on Monday to watch President Barack Obama's inaugural address. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports the auditorium at the DuSable Museum of African American History was so crowded some people had to be turned away.
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