Building Atlanta: The Herman J. Russell
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Herman J. Russell, born in the Jim Crow-era South, built one of the oldest and largest black-owned construction and real estate firms in the country. Since the 1960s, his company has helped shape Atlanta’s skyline, including work on the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Mercedes Benz Stadium, State Farm Arena and many more.
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