SOURCE: The Atlantic
The rise of a new generation of Black mayors in Southern cities may signal a new political dynamic as municipal governments draw energy from protest movements and improvise ways to meet public needs, if conservative state governments don't stop them.
by Bill Zimmerman and Marilyn Katz
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