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Center for Civil and Human Rights a must-see in Atlanta

Center for Civil and Human Rights a must-see in Atlanta

By Kenley Alligood

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Since 2014, Atlanta has been home to the Center for Civil and Human Rights, a project which has been a labor of love for many ... [Read More]

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