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June 24, 2003
I am not a native Atlantan, nor an American - I am a black English woman and from across the Atlantic, Maynard Jackson's influence was felt. I think that it is important to understand that his stance on affirmative action did not simply impact Atlantans and Americans - it impacted people of color from across the world. His philosophy of inclusion is used as a framework to improve race relations in the UK.
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