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The first anti-slavery newspaper returns, unafraid of America’s past

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Lincoln listened to the voices of people long committed to the cause of abolishing slavery in America, like those behind the newspaper “The Emancipator.” In 1820, the paper was America’s first abolitionist newspaper. Now, more than 200 years later, it is returning with a fresh eye on some of the country’s lingering challenges. NBC’s Harry Smith reports in this week’s Sunday Spotlight.

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