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Lawmakers consider resolution apologizing for slavery

It took Lincoln University librarian Elizabeth Wilson about 50 years to trace her ancestors, including a relative from Concord, N.C., who was valued at $600 as a slave. The effects of slavery live on in Missouri and throughout the country, Wilson told a special House committee. The panel is considering a resolution that would formally apologize ...