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Black family devastated to receive hateful note through letterbox

Darcell Copes, of Lindenhurst, New York, received the letter at the home she lives in with her three grown children and five young grandchildren. She said it shows racism is still very much alive.

An African-American family in Long Island was left disgusted after receiving an anonymous letter in the mail asking them to leave town.

Suffolk County Police’s hate crimes unit is investigating the letter, which was sent to the home of Darcell Copes, who lives with her three grown children and five young grandchildren.

‘Attn: African-American family. This is coming from Lindenhurst community. Lindenhurst is 84% white population. You don’t belong here!!!,’ read the letter, which the family received on Tuesda.

It continued: ‘Please leave Lindenhurst as soon as you can. It will be better for all of us. Find the town where there are more people like you. Sorry if this is rude, but it’s the truth.’

Source: Black family devastated to receive hateful note through letterbox

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