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Hank Aaron (1934-2021)

"Hammerin' Hank" Aaron, a player for the Atlanta Braves, hit 755 home runs, a record that stood unchallenged until 2007, during his

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Paschal's Restaurant

Paschal's Restaurant, located in Atlanta's historic Castleberry Hill neighborhood, was an important meeting place for leaders of the

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Shay Youngblood (b. 1959)

Shay Youngblood is a distinguished Georgia writer who follows Black roots and routes.

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Morton Theatre

Located in downtown Athens, the Morton Theatre was the first vaudeville theater in the United States that was built, owned, and operated

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