After someone defaced a sign announcing the future location of the Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce in July 2015 by spray painting the word “racist” on it, it didn’t take long for someone else to come along replace the damaged the sign with a new one reading “love.”
After someone defaced a sign announcing the future location of the Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce in July 2015 by spray painting the word “racist” on it, it didn’t take long for someone else to come along replace the damaged the sign with a new one reading “love.” Jay Karr Staff file
After someone defaced a sign announcing the future location of the Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce in July 2015 by spray painting the word “racist” on it, it didn’t take long for someone else to come along replace the damaged the sign with a new one reading “love.” Jay Karr Staff file

Why a black chamber of commerce is not racist

November 12, 2016 08:16 PM