SOMEONE IS NOT A FAN OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH!
A New Jersey postal service location is being investigated after a racial sign was displayed. The month following Black History month (February), someone decided to create and display a bright yellow and orange sign for people to see outside.
The flyer read: “March is National Stop Blaming White People Month! Accept responsibility for your own bad choices. Hug a white person!”
The town’s population of about 4,500 people is about 78 percent white, according to U.S. Census figures. With that being said, does this creation of the sign shock you all? United States Postal Service Inspector, Greg Kilemisch, is currently looking into the Flemington service building.
“Racism in our town exists, and the racists have been emboldened in the past year to fly their hateful flags a bit higher and yell a bit louder,” Driver wrote.
“The fact that somebody even put the sign up is just sad and not a reflection of our town,” Driver said.
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