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From two "painfully typical" white Madisonians in a time for action

Hi, food people. We've recently been thinking back to what we've learned about Carson Gulley and racist opposition to his owning a home in Madison. And we've been asking ourselves what's changed in our city since the 1960s, or the 1930s.

Then we listened to Vanessa McDowell, and saw Laurel Ravelo's response in setting up a GoFundMe for Black homeownership in Madison

What comes next is left to the reader as an exercise and an invitation.

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