Race-Baiting in Richmond 

How Big Business used race to drive a wedge through Richmond's progressive community — and why you should be concerned about it.

By November, the headquarters for the campaign against the soda tax had become a familiar fixture in the Richmond cityscape. The office sat directly across from City Hall, and every window was plastered with bright red and yellow signs that read "NO…

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