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Black Small Business Owner Slams MLB For Moving All-Star Game From Atlanta: ‘We May Lose Even More’

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By Ashe Schow

The Epoch Times

Major League Baseball’s decision to pull the All-Star Game from Atlanta, Georgia, continues to draw backlash from the Peach State.

The Washington Free Beacon reported the reactions from small-business owners in the state, including Darrell Anderson, who is black. Anderson owns a limousine business in Atlanta and told the outlet that MLB commissioner Rob Manfred’s decision to pull the game would hurt the city, which is still reeling from the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

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