Harvard's right to photos of enslaved people now being weighed by Massachusetts' highest court
Harvard University currently owns pre-Civil War photographs of two enslaved people — and a woman who says she is a descendent of the two has sued. The case is now being weighed by Massachusetts’ highest court.
Host Callum Borchers speaks with WBUR’s Max Larkin about the legal questions.
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