White Supremacy Stickers Found On Cars Attending Black & Brown-Owned Business Market In Haverhill – CBS Boston

HAVERHILL(CBS) —  White supremacy stickers were found on cars following an outdoor market event in Haverhill over the weekend hosted by Merrimack Valley Black & Brown Voices Inc., a non-profit that supports “black, indigenous, and people of Color across the Merrimack Valley of Massachusetts”.

The non-profit was formed last June following the death of George Floyd.

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“This is the first time that I really really felt scared for my own safety and for the safety of our venders,” said Organizer Elizabeth Walther-Grant. “The police are involved.”

The website homepage for Merrimack Valley Black & Brown Voices Inc. (WBZ-TV)

Walther-Grant believes the market was targeted.

“The logo that is on the sticker is the logo of the Patriot Front group, which is a white supremacist group. So that was super scary to find that out,” she said.

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