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AP Road Trip: Racial tensions in America’s ‘sundown towns’

Ask around this time-battered Midwestern town, with its empty storefronts, dusty antique shops and businesses that have migrated toward the interstate, and nearly everyone will tell you that Black and white residents get along really well. “Race isn’t a big problem around here,” said Bill Stevens, a white retired prison guard with a gentle smile,

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