Karen E. Quinones Miller

Born and raised in Harlem, Karen dropped out of school at age 13. When she was 22, she joined the Navy and served for five years, after which she married, had a child, and got divorced. She moved to Philadelphia at age 29 and began a career in the newspapers, first as a secretary at the Philadelphia News, then as a correspondent for a weekly African American paper, and, after graduating magna cum laude from Temple University with a B.A. in Journalism, as a reporter for the Virginian-Pilot and The Philadelphia Inquirer. She has also served as correspondent for People magazine.

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Born and raised in Harlem, Karen dropped out of school at age 13. When she was 22, she joined the Navy and served for five years, after which she married, had a child, and got divorced. She moved to Philadelphia at age 29 and began a career in the newspapers, first as a secretary at the Philadelphia News, then as a correspondent for a weekly African American paper, and, after graduating magna cum laude from Temple University with a B.A. in Journalism, as a reporter for the Virginian-Pilot and The Philadelphia Inquirer. She has also served as correspondent for People magazine.

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