One wildly racist gesture has energized a town to show support for tolerance, inclusiveness, and education.
A racist post on Facebook and a quiet expletive picked up on a hot mic raise issues of respect.
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“The original sin of this country still stains our nation today, and sometimes, we manage to overlook it. We just push forward with a thousand other tasks in our daily life. But it’s always there."
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