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The upstairs porch of Anne Blessing's home in Charleston, S.C., has been a stop on a popular historic home tour. For the first time, visitors will tour the kitchen where enslaved people once spent most of their lives toiling over hot fires. Sarah McCammon/NPR hide caption

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Looking 'Beyond The Big House' And Into The Lives Of Slaves

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Melvin Graham, whose sister Cynthia Hurd was murdered by Dylann Roof, makes a statement outside the federal courthouse in Charleston, S.C., on Tuesday. Brooks Brunson/The Post And Courier via AP hide caption

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This undated photo appeared on a website investigated by the FBI in connection with Dylann Roof, who killed nine people in a Charleston, S.C., church in June 2015. AP hide caption

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Dylann Roof FBI Interview Excerpt

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Dylann Roof appears at a court hearing in Charleston, S.C., in July 2015. Now found guilty of 33 federal hate crimes charges, Roof is defending himself during the sentencing phase of the trial. Grace Beahm/AP hide caption

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A woman at a memorial service wears tributes to two of the nine people murdered at Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Sharonda Singleton and Ethel Lance. Sean Rayford/Getty Images hide caption

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The parking lot behind the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, S.C. in June 2015. Stephen B. Morton/AP hide caption

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In Taped Confession, Charleston Church Shooter Says 'We All Know I Am Guilty'

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Dylann Roof faces a competency hearing Monday in the federal courthouse in Charleston, S.C. He is accused of hate crimes in the killings of nine people at Emanuel AME Church in June. Chuck Burton/AP hide caption

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Dylann Roof appears with lawyers Bill McGuire and Chief Public Defender Ashley Pennington at a court hearing in Charleston, S.C., on July 16, 2015. Grace Beahm/AP hide caption

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Jury Selection Set To Begin In South Carolina Church Shooting Trial

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Dylann Roof, seen here at a recent court hearing in Charleston, S.C., will face federal hate crime charges over a mass shooting that police say he carried out at a black church. Grace Beahm/AP hide caption

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Is Obama Finally Becoming The President African-Americans Wanted?

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