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Black History Month
Ballantyne Celebrates local Black-Owned Businesses
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Ballantyne Celebrates

Local Food Trucks and Children's Books
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In celebration of Black History Month, a Ballantyne customer hosted local Black-owned food trucks at their building throughout the month. Campus employees enjoyed food truck fare from JamRock Jerk Spot and Cuzzo's Cuisine.

Ballantyne also highlighted local children's book author Melissa Toyo, who was recently featured in Ballantyne Magazine's People to Watch feature and sells her book "Brown is a Beautiful Color" at Markets at 11. The book teaches children of all races to love and appreciate one another regardless of skin color.



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