Residents of the Inland Empire demand ACTION from the City of Norco on racial justice

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Andrew Smith
Aug 14, 2021
Yeah

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Matthew Luy
1 year ago
Norco need to join the nation in the fight against explicit and institutional racism.

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Lizbeth Torres
1 year ago
We demand change!!!

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Alphonso Gutierrez
1 year ago
I lived in Norco/Eastvale for 12 years and the racism is palpable.

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Jacob Mork
1 year ago
We can’t tolerate racism

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Haleigh Hallgrimson
1 year ago
I have known too many latinx, asian Americans, and black folks who go through Norco and always become harassed or feel I safe. I knowy town, the good and the bad and I want those who have terrorized my friends to look at themselves real good to see that they are the problem and solution to ending racism in our town.

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Jose Martinez
1 year ago
Norco is my home. I know the privilege, bigotry, and ignorance, that exists there despite social and ideological veils.

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Sydney Harvey
1 year ago
Enough IS ENOUGH

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Sierra Davenport
1 year ago
“All lives matter” can’t be true until black lives matter. It’s as simple as that. Saying black lives matter is not saying white lives do not. All it is is an acknowledgement that black peoples deserve more respect and ability to live fully and freely in this country than they currently do. To say that all lives matter only further hurts the black community by shoving it under the shadow of white people. I too am white and grew up in a Christian home that taught me equality. It also taught me to LISTEN when someone under persecution, someone who is ‘other,’ someone who needs help has a problem. And it taught me that it is MY responsibility to help.

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Shelby Rogers
1 year ago
Stop being racist