1. Ta-Nehisi Coates purchased a brownstone in Prospect Lefferts Gardens in 2016.
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2. Ta-Nehisi Coates met his wife when they were both students at Howard University.
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4. Ta-Nehisi Coates sees parallels between that earlier period and the Obama presidency.
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7. In 2008, Ta-Nehisi Coates published The Beautiful Struggle, a memoir about coming of age in West Baltimore and its effect on him.
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8. Ta-Nehisi Coates left his position as a national correspondent for The Atlantic in July 2018 after a decade with the magazine.
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9. Ta-Nehisi Coates has worked as a guest columnist for The New York Times, having turned down an offer from them to become a regular columnist.
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10. Ta-Nehisi Coates had read Rutgers University professor Beryl Satter's book, Family Properties: Race, Real Estate, and the Exploitation of Black Urban America, a history of redlining that included a discussion of the grassroots organization, the Contract Buyers League, of which Clyde Ross was one of the leaders.
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11. Ta-Nehisi Coates became a senior editor at The Atlantic, for which he wrote feature articles as well as maintaining his blog.
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