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In Pearson’s return, Memphis finds its place in Nashville

They rode the bus. Again. About 30 Memphians boarded Rufus N. Wiley Sr.’s bus; beige with big green letters on the side that read “BLACK OWNERSHIP MOVEMENT ‘TOGETHER, LET’S OWN OUR TOMORROW.” Wiley behind the wheel again, back to Nashville, the state’s seat of power.  It was different this time though, said Tikeila Rucker, an organizer […]