In 1957, the Price family was kept from burying their son in an area reserved for white children in Evergreen Washelli Cemetery. 60 years later, the state Supreme Court apologized for its ruling. (Bettina Hansen & Ramon Dompor / The Seattle Times)
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A Black Seattle family couldn’t bury their young son where they wished because of racism. 60 years later, does an apology help?

Decades after a Black family was denied a plot for their young son in a Seattle cemetery -- a decision that withstood a court challenge -- the state Supreme Court has overturned that old ruling and apologized. Family members had mixed reactions to the news.  WATCH

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