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Nakala Murry (shown right) could potentially lose custody of her three kids after a Mississippi police officer shot and wounded her son, 11-year-old Aderrien Murry (shown left) in May 2023 after calling 911 for a domestic incident at the family's home. Nakala Murry hide caption

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State courts in every state highlighted on this map have cited cases involving enslaved people in the 1980s or later. Citing Slavery Project, Michigan State University hide caption

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Slave cases are still cited as good law across the U.S. This team aims to change that

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In this June 29, 2018, file photo, pictures of five employees of the Capital Gazette newspaper adorn candles during a vigil across the street from where they were slain in the newsroom in Annapolis, Md. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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The 'Capital Gazette' Gunman's Trial Began Today. Here's What You Need To Know

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