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Green Book helped black Americans travel through segregation

For much of the 20th century, African Americans were routinely refused service at many businesses. Victor Green, a New York City postal worker, created a travel guide called the “The Negro Motorist Green Book” that listed establishments that would not turn them away, reports Mark Strassmann.

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