Thank you for this article. I recently did research on Sundown Towns for a poem I wrote (link below) and I found the subject fascinating because, as a black man, there are still so many neighborhoods and suburbs that I still don't feel welcome in after dark. It's like US society has evolved but can't get past prejudice because it's truly America's oldest tradition...and traditions die hard.

http://matterpress.com/journal/2020/05/18/sundown-town/

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Adrian S. Potter

Adrian S. Potter

Antisocial Extrovert · Writer and Poet, Engineer, Consultant, Public Speaker · Writing about self-improvement, gratitude, and creativity · www.adrianspotter.com

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