Bring That Week Back: Solomon Northup’s Descendants Reunite

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Solomon Northup’s Descendants Reunite

A dead man comes back to life in Holmes County, Mississippi; Bernice King to speak on judge's decision to lock up MLK's nobel prize; plus more national news.  Natelege Whaley (@natelege)

The descendants of Solomon Northup, the author of 12 Years a Slave, were brought together in Washington, D.C., Rochester, New York, and Los Angeles by The Hollywood Reporter. Forty-seven family members, from 10 months old to 72, were featured in the profile. (Photo: Courtesy The Hollywood Reporter)

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