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Napa wine train controversy: ‘I do think it was based on the color of our skin’

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Five members of the Sistahs on the Reading Edge book club, from left: Katherine Neal, Georgia Lewis, Lisa Renee Johnson, Allisa Carr and Sandra Jamerson.Napa wine train controversy: ‘I do think it was based on the color of our skin’

A group of African American women say they were humiliated by being ejected for ‘laughing while black’ – igniting debate on ‘white space’ and a possible lawsuit

Five members of the Sistahs on the Reading Edge book club, from left: Katherine Neal, Georgia Lewis, Lisa Renee Johnson, Allisa Carr and Sandra Jamerson. Photograph: Carlos Fajardo/Rex Shutterstock

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