Wilmington family receives racist, threatening letter for Mexican flag
A Wilmington neighbor is supporting a family that received a racist, threatening letter for flying a Mexican flag on their front porch. The letter said that the flag was a symbol of war, and that they should take it down. But what happened next was a community response of love -- that overpowered the hate.
A COMMUNITY IN NORTH CAROLINA IS RALLYING AROUND A FAMILY THAT RECEIVED A RACIST, THREATENING LETTER.
THEY HAVE A MEXICAN FLAG FLYING OUTSIDE THEIR HOME.
THE LETTER SAID IT WAS SYMBOL OF WAR ... AND THAT THEY SHOULD TAKE IT DOWN.
IF NOT, THE SENDER THREATENED TO USE GUNS TO, QUOTE, "RID MY COUNTRY OF PEOPLE LIKE YOU."
ANN MCADAMS REPORTS WHAT HAPPENED NEXT WAS A COMMUNITY RESPONSE OF LOVE ... THAT OVERPOWERED THE HATE.