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This news report from Campbellton Road in Southwest Atlanta is interesting because it fails to show the context of the community within which this store resides.
Don't focus on this particular store within the strip mall to the south side of Campbellton Road where the "Super Giant" store is. Had they panned their cameras northward they would have seen a small, Black owned farmers market-type store that goes underutilized in that same community. If I am not mistaken the owner is a vegetarian (but at least is Afro-Centric). She has a full compliment of fruits, vegetables, spices and natural foods. The only problem is that the people in the community are indoctrinated to go into a full scale grocery store instead of investing their money into people who do indeed "have their best interests in mind".
The best thing that everyone who walks through the door of the store that is selling marginal meat can do is to become (more) vegetarian in their ways.
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This is the picture of the small farmers market. If you spin the picture around you will see the shopping center where the "smelly grocery store" is.
In addition the Muslims have a restaurant, book store and bakery that opened at Campbellton and Delowe Drive in that exact same area. There are plenty of options available in the area.
Sometimes the best struggle for "Food Justice" is one you fight on your own, with CONSCIOUSNESS as your main weapon.