n this Aug. 24, 1965, file photo, Connie Daniels, right, mother of Jonathan Daniels, the young seminarian and civil rights worker slain in Hayneville, Ala., arrives at a church in Keene, N.H., to attend her son’s funeral. She is accompanied by Etta Weaver, center, maternal grandmother, of Bradford, Vt., and funeral director Frank J. Foley. Fifty years after Daniels’ death, the people who stood with him that day in Alabama look at deaths in Ferguson, Mo., Baltimore and Charleston, S.C., and lament the country’s persistent racial divide. (AP Photo/Bill Chaplis, File)

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