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Farmville: A small town that has wrestled with big issues - The Washington Post Farmville: A Debate Stage in Virginia, With Racial ‘Scar Tissue’ as the Backdrop - The New York Times Quick Mentions of Desegregation, K-12 Funding in V.P. Debate… In VA Town Home to VP Debate, A Long and Storied Civil Rights Tradition abcnews.
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