Racist letter targets Black Santa
Chris Kennedy has received an outpouring of support after his response to the letter telling him to take down the decoration and move out of the neighborhood went viral.
have this joy sign because that is what the holiday is. It's just a time for joy. Kris Kennedy's excitement for the holidays is mirrored in his front yard. Every year he plants messages of hope and love on display. Go ahead and left. I want kids to smile, and what puts a smile on many people's face is this 8 ft tall black Santa that you can't miss along Crestwood Road. I've done this every year, haven't had any issues until this Monday. Please remove your Negro Santa Claus yard decoration. You should not try to deceive Children into believing that I am a Negro. Kennedy received this letter telling him to remove his Santa and move out east with the rest of his kind. Honestly, I was extremely angry. Kennedy took his frustrations to Facebook and since then got home black sand. Thank you. Dozens of people have been supporting him. Even during our interview. We just drove from sure would just to let you know. I hope and pray that you do not take him down because Children around here need to see him, Kennedy says. He plans to keep black Santa standing tall. The Children love it, and that's what Christmas is about. It's about Children