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Independent Voices features a documentary by Citizens Against OLF (Outlying Landing Field) in Gates County about an African-American community's church and cemetery, which would be destroyed if the Navy locates a landing field in their community.

Gates County Citizens Against OLF 

Independent Voices features a documentary by Citizens Against OLF (Outlying Landing Field) in Gates County about an African-American community's church and cemetery, which would be destroyed if the Navy locates a landing field in their community.

Visit www.CitizensAgainstOLF.com for more information about the campaign.


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