Museums have been hit hard over the past year during the pandemic, with a fall survey finding more than 30 percent remain closed and a third were at risk of permanently closing. But one museum on the outskirts of Portland, Oregon, has been bucking trends by being bold, gaining membership and financial support even as its doors remain closed. Special correspondent Cat Wise reports.
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