Legacy of slavery endures in US Deep South county
By Abiodun Ogundairo
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All that remains of what was once a Civil War-era cotton plantation is a crumbling building overgrown by weeds. But the legacy of slavery in Jefferson County in the Deep South US state of Mississippi remains clearly visible.
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