August 24, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson in White Supremacist Movement

NEW CASTLE, [DE]--A mother visiting a New Castle-area park with her 5-year-old daughter Thursday night was shocked when she noticed "KKK" graffiti spray-painted on playground equipment. The offensive graffiti came a day after a vehicle was vandalized with hateful messages and symbolism in Wilmington. In what police labeled as a “hate crime,” residents of the Woodlawn neighborhood witnessed the aftermath of a vehicle defaced with racial slurs, swastikas and three K’s. On Thursday, three K’s spray-painted on three separate pieces of playground equipment at the Castle Hills Park caught the attention of Phyllis Brown and her 5-year-old daughter. Brown, 36, said her daughter questioned what "KKK" meant after seeing the letters displayed on a ladybug fixture she was set to mount at the playground. Brown said she made the decision not to lie to her daughter and tell her the truth. View More>>

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*