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Kasim Reed: Atlanta magazine’s annexation story ‘perpetuates a form of bigotry’
"The reality is that I have never governed the city in a racially divisive manner; in fact, my entire record of public service shows that I champion fairness and inclusion."
How less than six square miles could determine Atlanta’s next mayor
Since Kasim Reed took office, more than 20,000 white transplants have moved inside the city limits. That influx, combined with the past decade’s foreclosure crisis that disproportionately affected black residents, means today the city’s black population is roughly 50 percent, compared with 67 percent in 1990.