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Nonprofit "sound activists" are working to preserve a huge chunk of Detroit's music history--rescuing the Graystone jazz museum's collection for the second time.

"Passionate music lovers are working to save a piece of Detroit's jazz history for the second time. Scavenging through broken glass and pigeon feathers a small group of volunteers armed with work gloves and face masks recently searched for anything salvageable from the former Graystone International Jazz Museum collection left abandoned inside the long-vacant Book Building in Downtown Detroit." -- Tanya Moutzalias, MLive.com

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