Both problems — a lack of opportunity and a lack of coffee — pointed to one solution.

Refuge Coffee Co. feels like the front porch of Clarkston, Georgia. If you sit outside at one of the picnic tables long enough, you’ll hear greetings in Swahili, Arabic, and English. The coffee truck hums as customers stop by for their usuals, and the indoor section hosts a steady stream of meetings and people from the Atlanta metro area. Men, women, and children from around the world walk aroun

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