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DOWNTOWN: Atlanta street renamed for Civil Rights pioneer

There are 2 comments on the 11Alive story from Sep 21, 2011, titled DOWNTOWN: Atlanta street renamed for Civil Rights pioneer. In it, 11Alive reports that:

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, members of the Atlanta city council and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle unveiled Xernona Clayton Way at the intersection of Baker and Peachtree streets, and a plaque dedicating the Xernona Clayton Plaza stands in Hardy Ivy Park.

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Carrollton, GA

#1 Sep 21, 2011
hard to find anyone in atlanta without a mugshot or rap sheet to name ANYTHING after.How about a few things named after WHITE TAX PAYING CITIZENS, the ones who pay to keep this town running.It damn sure isnt the welfare and food stamp sucking crowd.They are all slaves to the government.

Alpharetta, GA

#2 Sep 21, 2011
Where is Lyndon Johnson Dr? Robert Kennedy Tr? The civil rights movement simply never would have made it to where it did without those men in their positions.

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