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Sundown Towns ... Still?

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A beautiful sunset was often the sign for African-Americans to get out of town. That was the rule in hundreds of towns in Illinois and Missouri. The author of a recent book called 'Sundown Towns' claims in some rare cases, it may still be the unwritten rule. FOX 2’s Chris Hayes visited one of those towns near the Missouri/Illinois border, a place called Anna. He discovered the name itself suggests African-Americans are not welcomed.
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