Will the public embrace “Hugs”? – CBS News

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The 22-foot-tall bronze sculpture, embracing arms, inspired by a photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, was unveiled in Boston Common on January 13. But some of the reactions — from the public, comedians, and social media — have been harsh. Correspondent Nancy Giles talks to sculptor Hank Willis Thomas about the reaction to his public art in honor of love.

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