WASHINGTON —In the midst of a recent White House reception to honor Black History Month, 14 McDonald’s franchisees got to rub elbows with several national dignitaries and historical figures, including civil rights leader John Lewis, lead singer Otis Williams of the Temptations, and Ernest Green, who was one of nine black students to integrate an all-white high school in Little Rock, Ark. “We were very excited and overwhelmed,” said ...

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