Motorists passing through Harrison, Ark., are greeted with two signs. On a bright yellow background is the message: “Anti-Racist Is a Code Word for Anti-White.” Underneath is a sign welcoming people to Harrison with the words: “Beautiful Town, Beautiful People, No Wrong Exits, No Bad Neighborhoods.” A smiling mom, dad and two kids, all of them white, completed the picture.
Motorists passing through Harrison, Ark., are greeted with two signs. On a bright yellow background is the message: “Anti-Racist Is a Code Word for Anti-White.” Underneath is a sign welcoming people to Harrison with the words: “Beautiful Town, Beautiful People, No Wrong Exits, No Bad Neighborhoods.” A smiling mom, dad and two kids, all of them white, completed the picture. Tara Rizzo Special to The Star
Motorists passing through Harrison, Ark., are greeted with two signs. On a bright yellow background is the message: “Anti-Racist Is a Code Word for Anti-White.” Underneath is a sign welcoming people to Harrison with the words: “Beautiful Town, Beautiful People, No Wrong Exits, No Bad Neighborhoods.” A smiling mom, dad and two kids, all of them white, completed the picture. Tara Rizzo Special to The Star

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