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It’s complicated. The relationship between food service workers and their customers

Student journalists at Mercer University are conducting an experiment that you are invited to join. As part  On the Table: Talking about Dining and Working in Middle Georgia is an ongoing conversation happening between servers and customers in the Facebook group, Macon Food Story.

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