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Is it Time to Eat The Black and Rich?

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As a child, I primarily grew up living in various parts of greater metro Atlanta between the years of 1998 and 2013 until I went away to college and then graduate school. During that time I was away, a lot changed in the city of Atlanta, as major real-estate development and projects like The Belt-Line created massive and explosive growth in the city. So much so, that when I decided to move back within the city limits of…




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Faithe J Day

Faithe J Day

Writer, Creator, and Educator. Millennial and Internet Expert.

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