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State [California] releases names of slaves who were insured

Author: Sarah Lubman, San Jose Mercury News, Published on: 2 May 2002

The names of hundreds of slaves whose lives were insured before 1865 were released by the state Wednesday, plunging California into the middle of a growing national movement to sue companies for slavery reparations. The information, mandated by a state law passed in 2000, came largely from three insurance companies that do business in California: New York Life, AIG and Aetna

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Related companies: Aetna AIG New York Life