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Kent Garrett

By Courtesy of Kent A. Garrett Jr. and Jeanne Ellsworth
Kent A. Garrett Jr. ’63, one of the few Black students at Harvard in the early 1960s, published a book last year anthologizing the experiences of him and his former Black classmates.
Kent A. Garrett Jr. ’63, one of the few Black students at Harvard in the early 1960s, published a book last year anthologizing the experiences of him and his former Black classmates.

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