KKK Sign in Downtown Rochester, NY
By Davy V.
A week after two gay pride flags were burned down in separate incidents in Rochester, NY, someone put up a sign with "KKK" painted on it, near the city's downtown.
The sign, which was placed on top of a pile of broken up concrete on a construction site, was taken down a short time later by a City of Rochester employee.
The incident, in the city where the father of America's civil rights movement, Frederick Douglass is buried, is yet another disturbing act following Donald Trump's election.
And with Trump's selection of white nationalist Stephen Banon as White House Chief of Staff, expect more of this.
A City of Rochester, NY Employee Takes KKK Sign Down
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