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Seeking reparations for the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade - Sept 25, 2013

12 Caribbean nations are seeking reparations for slavery from Britain, France and the Netherlands. They say their poverty and lack of development is the legacy of slavery. We hear from their lawyer whose track record for seeking recognition is impressive.

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