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'You Just Get Written Off': One Inmate On Life On Rikers During The Pandemic

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The whole family came along to drop Kent Garrett off at college in fall 1959. He's pictured above in Harvard Yard with his sister, aunt and mother. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt hide caption

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'We Were Curiosities': One Of 'The Last Negroes At Harvard' Shares His Story

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Pearl Thusi plays crime-fighting Queen Sono in the new Netflix spy series. Chris Duys/Netflix hide caption

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South African 'Queen Sono' Is A Savvy Secret Agent — And A First For Netflix

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