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New Orleans' Overlooked Ties To Slavery

After the U.S. banned international slave trading in 1808, more than 1 million people were forcibly moved from the Upper South to the Lower South. Often, the first stop was the slave markets of New Orleans, where families were divided for good. #FullNewsAudioAvailable #NPR


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