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19 Black Families Buy 90-Plus Acres in Georgia to Start Safe Community

TMZ.com Saturday, 12 September 2020 ()
More than a dozen Black families came together for a common cause in Georgia -- snatching up a bunch of land to start their own community, which they hope will be a safe haven. The nearly 97 acres of unincorporated land recently purchased near the…
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News video: 19 Families Purchase 100 Acres In Georgia As Safe Space For Black People

19 Families Purchase 100 Acres In Georgia As Safe Space For Black People 03:50

Victor Blackwell spoke with the founders about how they are building a new community from the ground up (3:50). WCCO 4 News At 10 - September 12, 2020

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