Harvard sued for shameless use of slave photos

Tamara Lanier, of Norwich, Connecticut, said the images depict her family's ancestors.
0:23 | 03/21/19

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A Connecticut woman says Harvard is illegally profiting off portraits of two slaves. She says are her ancestors. Terrmel in the years suing the school over the 1850 pictures. Of a mad and angry and T and his daughter. They are believed to be the earliest photos of American slaves Lanier says Harvard has ignored requests to stop licensing those pictures. Harvard is not commenting on the sent.

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