In light of the ongoing Trump call for white supremacist groups to stand by, many racist groups across the US have taken the call for action from Trump as a call to step up their threats and attacks on African American men, women, and children.
According to Deadline Detroit, JeDonna Matthews Dinges looked through her side window Tuesday in Grosse Point Park and faced a Ku Klux Klan flag hanging in her neighbor’s side window.
Dinges, a Black woman, said she was shocked and upset by the sight of the flag. After advice from friends, she called the Michigan attorney general’s office because she didn’t have confidence authorities would help. They told her that there was nothing they could do because the offensive banner was on private property.
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