Challenge the hate! Join us in the fight against hate.
My grandparents stood up to the Ku Klux Klan in the 1960’s as solid community pillars. They owned a home goods store in Indiana where the Klan had a presence. They hired everyone—before equal opportunity was a household term—including African Americans. This infuriated the Klan. The Klan slunk through downtown Anderson Indiana in broad daylight covered in robes, trying to intimidate *my* family into closing their business. My Zadie maintained his mission of equality and integrity and was subsequently honored with an Urban League award in 1965. I stand now, honored to uphold my grandfather’s legacy of inclusion and peace. I stand against those who intimidate and hate. My grandparents never closed their store. Nowtheir children and grandchildren have spread far and wide, doing their part to make a positive impact on society.
Stop the hate. Make your stand. We are stronger than hate. We are stronger than racism.
They can’t have it. We are America. Challenge the hate.
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