Maple Glen residents meet in response to KKK fliers (PA)

Several Maple Glen residents organized a community meeting May 24 at the township building in response to the Ku Klux Klan fliers left in the driveways of their homes May 15.  Though similar to the candlelight vigil held May 25 sponsored by the Wissahickon Faith Community Association, “the idea was to create a community space to talk about the event, what was on the fliers and the neighbors’ reactions,” said Maryam Deloffre, one of the organizers.    Read the article…………

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