Racial and political tensions remain high in Atlanta and the latest evidence is the fact that a longtime and well-known restaurant is being monitored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and its company president Susan DeRose has been under police protection.
“How did it get to this?” DeRose asks. The president of the company that operates the OK Café at Northside Parkway and West Paces Ferry Road near Interstate-75 provides some background.
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