Sunday, August 06, 2017

Blue Springs Unites Against Racism

A look at community healing after racist graffiti attack. Checkit:

Community takes action after Blue Springs barbershop targeted with racist vandalism

BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. -- Back in May, a Blue Springs student and local business were targeted with racial slurs. There was a community workshop not long after the incidents, and that's now spurred the city to take a look at further action to address racism.

13 Comments:

Fred Schmurdlap said...

Blue Springs is the best city in the County. They fix things not just talk but walk the walk. Our Mayor is the best thing the City has. He works hard to make sure all people are people of the City. Blue Springs is a City always On the Move.

Anonymous said...

Blue Springs was a lot better before we had any negroes

Anonymous said...

Well you better prepare for the blacks to ruin your city, there like locusts, they move in, destroy everything and then move on. Truth.

Retro ROCKER said...

COME TOGETHER RIGHT NOW BLUE SPRINGS. .

Anonymous said...

You had one small incidence of a knucklehead spray painting one business, big deal. Nobody was shot, raped or murdered. Better question is what lead to this? Was homey threatening someone? Is there thugs hanging out disrupting other business's? To coin a phrase from the hood "I'm a grown man I can handle it" quit playing the race card and do a better job of being "good" for the city.

Anonymous said...

I went there yesterday to support the victims. When I left I had corn rows and a tattoo on my skull. Never let a black touch your hair.

Anonymous said...

The whole thing is fishy. Likely a ploy to drum up white guilt business.

Anonymous said...

Free advertising--another false flag.

Anonymous said...

There are blacks in "Blue" Springs ? New name incoming.

Anonymous said...

The next Grandview?

Anonymous said...

https://youtu.be/KaJmjwgDPns

Anonymous said...


How is it a white person can't even go to a black community without literally being surrounded and intimidated by black people, but we are supposed to embrace them in a white community? WHY?

It's obvious racism is never going to end, and as much as I try to fight being racist, I can't help being angered over blacks. Call it racist if you want, but I don't want them in Blue Springs either. I moved from the city to get away from them.

Anonymous said...

Evens the blacks moved to Blue Springs to get away from the blacks.