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One good turn deserves another. That's what Season Bennett figured as she learned a billionaire recently paid off all outstanding debt for Morehouse College's 2019 graduating class. "I just thought, wow. We can do something in our own community," the North Carolina resident told InsideEdition.com. She got to work and raised enough money to clear the debts of seniors who otherwise would not have been able to walk at graduation. As InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer finds out, her efforts earned remaining students another gift.
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