History of African Americans in Atlanta

History Of African Americans In Atlanta

Atlanta has long been known as a center of black wealth, political power and culture; a cradle of the Civil Rights Movement and home to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It has often been called a "black mecca".

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