Black and white photo: Eliza Davis of Cuba, Ala., and her eight children ranging in age from 5 to 17, weary and tired on their arrival in Hyannis, Mass. from the south, June 1, 1962. They stand in front of an old Greyhound bus as a white woman to their left looks on.
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Six Decades after Reverse Freedom Rides, Ugly History Repeats

LAW’s Jasmine Gonzales Rose on how racist events from 1962 are playing out again, with migrants flown from Texas to Florida to Massachusetts

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    24 Books to Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

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The cover of the Bostonia Spring-Summer issue that reads "Bostonia" "Special Issue: BU Research" and "Imagine" in large text. There are multiple long paragrahs of much smaller text.

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Photo: Studio headshot of Sarah Moret. A young white woman wearing a long-sleeved black shirt and jeans smiles in front of a white studio backdrop. Photo is overlaid with a greenish hued filter.
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Clean Body Care Products

How Sarah Moret (Questrom’11) founded Curie, a line of nontoxic, aluminum-free personal care products

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