Fishers man takes to Twitter after racially charged letter is left in family’s mailbox (IN)

A black family who moved to Fishers two months ago said they were sent an anonymous, racially charged letter that suggested they move because their home made their subdivision look like a “ghetto.”  Chris Sullivan, 29, a hospital construction manager at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, said the typed, folded, single-page letter was slipped into the mailbox of his Britton Ridge home and discovered Wednesday. The author complained that Sullivan’s backyard grass was uncut.    Read the article……………..


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