The Free Press: Who Will Claim This Sign?

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portable pour senior Early last month someone spray-painted a red swastika on a hand-painted Black Lives Matter sign in front of Louisa Carl’s home on Poors Mill Road in Waldo. Carl’s two sons are biracial. She has Jewish ancestry. And then there’s the national mood.

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Maine State Museum contacted Carl about borrowing the sign for an exhibition on recent hate crimes in Maine in coordination with Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine in Augusta.

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