Outgoing NCRM president discusses the museum’s future

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- After a 16-year tenure with the National Civil Rights Museum, Beverly Robertson will be stepping down next year.

As the museum's president, Robertson led the way during many changes, including a multi-million dollar renovation.

Thursday, we learned that Terri Lee Freeman will lead the museum into the future.

Robertson joined us on Live at 9 Friday to talk about what's to come for the historic site.