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Atlanta Dream's Renee Montgomery pens letter to Sen. Kelly Loeffler: 'Don't end up on the wrong side of history'

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Atlanta Dream's Renee Montgomery pens letter to Sen. Kelly Loeffler: 'Don't end up on the wrong side of history'In an open letter Friday, Renee Montgomery implored Atlanta Dream co-owner, Sen. Kelly Loeffler, to reassess her stance on Black Lives Matter.
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