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Clarence Page: Sports and politics don’t mix, yet they keep colliding

If the late Martin Luther King Jr. were to hold the Montgomery bus boycott today, would conservative politicians call him a “woke” activist pushing a repressive “cancel culture”?

That thought came to mind after Georgia’s Gov. Brian Kemp, former President Donald Trump and other Republican leaders denounced woke Democrats and cancel culture over Major League Baseball’s decision to move their 2021 All-Star Game out of Georgia to protest the Peach State’s new restraints on voting access.

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