Life went on for the Lacks family. Deborah remarried. Lawrence went on running his store. Sonny got arrested for selling drugs. Zakariyya, the youngest son formerly known as Joe, was released from prison early, but he still struggled with anger issues and found it difficult to hold down a job.
Zakariyya lived on the streets, refusing all offers of financial help from his father. Zakariyya blamed Day for the HeLa disaster, and also for the years of abuse he suffered in childhood. To earn money and a place to sleep, Zakariyya ended up enlisting...
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