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Welcome to American Mosaic from VOA Learning English.I'm Kelly Jean Kelly.
On the show today, we play music from some singing nuns.We also learn about a program that helps troubled women start new lives.
But first, we go Detroit, Michigan where some city residents are worried about the future of their famous art museum.
The Detroit Institute of Arts museum in Michigan is home to valuable paintings, sculptures and ancient objects from around the world.
But the collections belong to the city of Detroit.
The city has requested bankruptcy court protection. Many people are concerned that the arts collections could be sold to pay some of the city's debts. Avi Arditti reports.
Inside its huge rooms, more than 60,000 objects make up the Detroit Institute of Arts, or DIA for short. It is one of the most respected art collections in the United States.
Visitors to the museum can see Vincent Van Gogh's brush strokes up close on his painting "Self Portrait."
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