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Slave descendant thanks Georgetown students for their support
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Karran Harper Royal, a descendant of slaves that Georgetown University sold in 1838 to stay afloat expressed gratitude to the students who pushed for the school to do more to atone for its involvement in slavery.
Karran Harper Royal, a descendant of slaves that Georgetown University sold in 1838 to stay afloat expressed gratitude to the students who pushed for the school to do more to atone for its involvement in slavery.
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