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Black businesses now in Marjorie Taylor Greene's district fear they won't be heard

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POWDER SPRINGS, Georgia — Georgia bookstore owner Julia Davis has felt the sting of racism. Sometimes, it's been subtle, like when people assume she's the hired help and ask to speak to her boss. Other times, it's more pronounced, an in-your-face reminder of the deep racial divide that still exists…
3 months ago·Powder Springs, United States

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Black businesses now in Marjorie Taylor Greene's district fear they won't be heard

POWDER SPRINGS, Georgia — Georgia bookstore owner Julia Davis has felt the sting of racism. Sometimes, it's been subtle, like when people assume she's the hired help and ask to speak to her boss. Other times, it's more pronounced, an in-your-face reminder of the deep racial divide that still exists…

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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