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How a Georgia countys campaign of terror drove away its black

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How a Georgia county's campaign of terror drove away its black community. Jan 16, 2017 7:19 PM EDT. Duarte Geraldino

How a Georgia county's campaign of terror drove away its black community | PBS NewsHour

How a Georgia county's campaign of terror drove away its black community | PBS NewsHour

How a Georgia county's campaign of terror drove away its black community | PBS NewsHour

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