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    A MUM was furious with her neighbour after he complained about her autistic son's chalk drawings in the road. She explained that he had revved his car while approaching the drawing child. 1The mother explained that her neighbour was rude to her son who was drawing in chalk on the pavementCredit: Getty He then described the artwork as "disgusting" and told her he should not be doing it. Taking to Mumsnet, she said: "We've been living in a lovely community Cresent of flats where everyone knows everyone, families, couples and elderly. "Our children are good natured, caring and kind. "They play outside together and all neighbours are used to them and love seeing their chalk drawings, especially through lockdown. Read more on neighboursNOISY NEIGHBOUR I made a noise complaint about my neighbor, her baby keeps me up all night "We have since had a new neighbour. On first meeting he revved his engine and sped up going very close to my son who was chalk drawing, he always moves out of the way but had very little...
    A black mother has opened up about how she is still reeling after her daughter was called a 'gorilla' in a racist birthday card she received from a friend a few years ago.  Shavonya Poole, 34, from Florida, took to TikTok last week to share a throwback video of her eldest child, Zuri, reading the card out loud while surrounded by her friends.  There were drawings of what appeared to be gorillas on the front and inside of the homemade card, where the child wrote: 'Happy birthday, Zuri. Gorillas rock!'  'I'm still trying to figure out why these racist people sent their daughter to my kid's party?' Poole captioned the footage, which featured the card from all angles.  Scroll down for video   Shavonya Poole, 34, from Florida, revealed on TikTok that her daughter Zuri had received a racist birthday card from a friend who called her a 'gorilla'  There were drawings of what appeared to be gorillas on the front and inside of the homemade card, where the child wrote: 'Happy birthday, Zuri. Gorillas rock!' The mother, who also has...
    The identity of the 'bored' security guard who vandalised a £750,000 painting in Russia has been unmasked as a war hero decorated for military courage. Alexander Vasiliev, 63, used a pen to doodle on the eyes on the blank faces of figures in Anna Leporskaya's classic work Three Figures (1932-34), which was on display at Yekaterinburg's Boris Yeltsin Presidential Centre. He admitted: 'I'm a fool, for what I've done.'  Vasiliev, who could face prison after police opened an investigation for vandalism, told Yekaterinburg newspaper E1 that he had been egged on by schoolgirls visiting the abstract art exhibition. 'To be honest, I didn't really like these pictures [at the exhibition],' he said. Alexander Vasiliev (pictured), 63, used a pen to doodle on the eyes on the blank faces of figures in Anna Leporskaya's classic work Three Figures (1932-34) 'They left a difficult impression. I tried to pass by without looking [at them]. 'I watched how people reacted, and then I saw teenagers, 16 or 17, standing and discussing why there are no eyes, no mouth, and no beauty. 'There were girls...
    A TATTOO fan has taken the internet by storm, after sharing a video of an inking fail that looks nothing like what she had imagined. The TikTok user, @hannah_bushong, uploaded the snaps on her social media account, where the clip has racked up a total of 433 thousand views. 3Hannah said that even though she didn't like the design, she didn't say anything because she felt bad for the artistCredit: Tiktok/@hannah_bushong Hannah's viral video showcases what she had shown to the artist for reference - delicate, feminine female curves outlined with flowers and leaves - that she appeared to have found on TikTok. However, even after seeing the initial drawing and not liking it, she didn't say a word, as she felt too embarassed. But this turned out to be a huge mistake, as the final snap revealed an inked figure that for some viewers reminded of Slenderman, a fictional character known for his unnaturally think and lanky limbs. Most read in LifestyleHAIR TO THE THRONE Prince Harry SHOCKS fans with his appearance as he shows off new lookSECRET WISH...
    A married father who was kidnapped when he was just four years old by a child-trafficking gang was reunited with his family after 33 years when he drew a map of his original home from memory.  Li Jingwei, 37, grew up in Henan, north-central China, after he was taken but said he had 'countless nights of yearning' and was 'homesick since I was little'. When he learnt about other abducted children that were reunited with relatives, such as Guo Xinzhen, Mr Jingwei shared a map he had drawn of his home village.  Li Jingwei, 37, (left) was reunited with his birth mother (right) in Yunnan, southwest China, after 33 years The detail of his maps, which included what certain homes looked like and what villagers used to cook rice, surprised many people. Police matched the map to a village in Zhaotong, a city in the mountains of Yunnan, southwest China. DNA tests confirmed Mr Jingwei was the woman's missing son and the pair were reunited on New Year's Day.  Mr Jingwei was abducted when he was four years old but...
    A New Jersey Powerball player has won $2 million, state Lottery officials said. There also were five Powerball players who won $50,000 or more in Monday's drawing. One NJ Powerball ticket matched five of the five white balls drawn to win the $1 million second-tier prize.  That ticket was purchased with the Power Play option, multiplying the prize to $2 million.  The ticket was sold at Little Store, 1503-1507 Clinton Avenue, South Plainfield in Middlesex County. In addition, five tickets sold matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball drawn winning the $50,000 third-tier prize. Those tickets were sold at the following locations: Warren County ($100,000): Skoogy’s Deli, 110 Greenwich St., Belvidere; Bergen County ($50,000): 7-Eleven #11432, 280 Main St., New Milford; Middlesex County ($50,000): Krauszer’s #465, 1825 Route 130 and Southwood Ave., North Brunswick; Mercer County ($50,000) : Griffin’s Deli, 3 Buttonwood Drive, Ewing; and, Union County ($50,000): Basic Food Mart, 498 Chestnut St., Union. The winning numbers for the Monday, Dec. 27, drawing were: 36, 38, 45, 62,...
    Oxford Community Schools Superintendent Tim Throne for the first time detailed the school's response to Crumbley's behavior In a tragically botched response to warning signs from Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley, school counselors accepted his claim that a graphic drawing was a plan for a video game just hours before his gun rampage, it has been revealed.    In a written statement released Saturday, Oxford Community Schools Superintendent Tim Throne for the first time detailed the school's response to Crumbley's behavior.  At the first meeting of two meetings with a counselor and a staff member the week of the shooting, Crumbley said shooting sports were a hobby for his family, Throne said. That meeting on Monday, the day before the shooting, had been called after a teacher spotted Crumbley searching for gun ammunition on his cell phone.  In a tragically botched response to warning signs from Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley (above at arraignment), school counselors accepted his claim that a graphic drawing was a plan for a video game just hours before his gun rampage RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1...
    A MAN was shocked to find out the unassuming sketch he bought and stored for two years was actually a masterpiece worth £37 million. The anonymous buyer in his sixties picked up the unframed sketch of a mother and child at an estate sale for $30 (£22), in Concord, Massachusetts in 2016, not knowing the true value of the drawing. 1The drawing titled The Virgin and Child With a Flower on a Grassy Bench (1503) is said to be worth $50 millionCredit: Elliott Franks The drawing shows a mother holding a new-born baby elegantly drawn onto yellow linen with the monogram "A.D." sketched into the bottom. The man didn't suspect it was an original piece of artwork of any significance, even though it had one of the art world’s most well-known monograms. Now the artwork has been assessed by experts and scholars, who agree the sketch is an original piece by the 16th-century German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer. It is the first “totally unknown” drawing by Dürer to resurface in half a century. The drawing was found at the home of the...
    (CNN)The shot that killed a cinematographer on a New Mexico film set last week was fired as actor Alec Baldwin was practicing drawing his gun, according to the director who was injured in the shooting, court documents show.Joel Souza, director of the film "Rust," was shot in the shoulder and director of photography Halyna Hutchins, 42, was killed when the prop gun went off during a rehearsal at the Bonanza Creek Ranch in Santa Fe Thursday.Family of Halyna Hutchins mourns slain cinematographerSouza spoke to investigators Friday, according to an affidavit for a search warrant released by the Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office on Sunday.Souza told them Baldwin was "sitting in a pew in a church building setting, and he was practicing a cross draw," the affidavit said. A cross draw is when a shooter pulls the weapon from a holster on the opposite side of the body from the draw hand. Souza was looking over Hutchins' shoulder "when he heard what sounded like a whip and then loud pop," according to the affidavit.Read MoreSouza recalled Hutchins "complaining about her stomach...
    Alec Baldwin was drawing a revolver across his body and pointing it at a camera during rehearsal on the set of 'Rust' when the weapon fired and struck the cinematographer in the chest, according to an affidavit released on Sunday. The affidavit provided additional details about Thursday's accidental shooting in New Mexico that killed 42-year-old Halyna Hutchins and wounded director Joel Souza.  Baldwin had been handed the prop gun and told it was unloaded, authorities in Santa Fe have said in court documents. 'Joel stated that they had Alec sitting in a pew in a church building setting, and he was practicing a cross draw. Joel said he was looking over the shoulder of (Hutchins), when he heard what sounded like a whip and then loud pop,' the affidavit read. Alec Baldwin was drawing a revolver across his body and pointing it at a camera during rehearsal on the set of 'Rust' when the weapon fired and struck the cinematographer in the chest, according to an affidavit released on Sunday  Alec Baldwin is seen hugging Matthew Hutchins, the widower of...
    (CNN)A 10-year-old Black girl who was arrested at a school in Hawaii over a drawing was the only Black student involved in the incident and the only one disciplined, the girl's family and their attorney said."It's hard to believe that they were not treated that way because of their race," Attorney Mateo Caballero said about the girl and her mother. "She was really the only student investigated, disciplined, interrogated and arrested."Earlier this week, the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii sent a letter to the Honolulu Police Department, the state Department of Education and the state attorney general's office demanding policy changes and compensation over an incident at the Honowai Elementary School in Honolulu.A Black girl was arrested at school in Hawaii over a drawing that upset a parentThe girl was "handcuffed with excessive force and taken to the police station" after a parent called school officials to complain about a drawing made by the girl and demanding to get police involved, the ACLU said.The girl's mother, Tamara Taylor, told CNN's Brianna Keilar on Friday that she dropped her daughter...
    (CNN)The American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii is demanding policy changes after a 10-year-old Black girl was arrested at school over a drawing linked to a "run of the mill" dispute among children.In response to the incident, the ACLU sent a letter Monday to the Honolulu Police Department, the state Department of Education and the state attorney general's office asking them to adopt policy changes, expunge all records of the arrest, and to pay $500,000 in damages for "harm and suffering" caused by their agencies.In January 2020, a parent called the Honowai Elementary School in Honolulu to complain about the drawing made by the girl and demanded the staff call police, the ACLU said. When police arrived, the girl, who was only identified as "N.B," was "handcuffed with excessive force and taken to the police station," the ACLU said.The girl's mother, Tamara Taylor, said she was called to the school, but she was not allowed to see her daughter or informed that the girl was "handcuffed in front of staff and her peers, placed into a squad car and taken...
    The ACLU is demanding the Hawaii DOE (Interim Superintendent Keith T. Hayashi pictured) and the HPD adopt several new policies in wake of the incident The Hawaii ACLU is demanding change after a 10-year-old Black girl who has ADHD was arrested at her elementary school after she drew an 'offensive sketch' of her alleged bully. The girl, identified only as N.B., was reportedly detained and questioned by police at Honowai Elementary School in January 2020 without the presence of a parent. She was also 'handcuffed with excessive force' and taken to the police station without being charged with a crime, the ACLU alleged in a letter to the Hawaii Police Department (HPD) and the state Department of Education (DOE) that was released Tuesday.  The letter claimed officials violated N.B.'s constitutional rights and did not accommodate her federally protected disability - which had been documented with the school.  The girl's mother, Tamara Taylor, was also illegally detained, according to the legal advocacy group.  According to the ACLU, N.B. was being bullied by another student and allegedly participate in an offensive drawing of that child. 'The next day,...
    25 Unique Diwali Gift Ideas for Every Price Point That Will Light Up the Holiday Dodgers vs. Braves NLCS Game 3: Time, how to watch, TV channel, live stream, starting pitchers for Tuesday © Provided by People HBO; Alamy Princess Margaret was a well-known fan of the arts, but Succession star Brian Cox claims he was once part of a command performance for the royal when he was a young West End theater actor. Now 75, Cox shared an excerpt from his memoir The Rabbit in the Hat with the Mail on Saturday. In the passage, he recalls a run-in with the "rebel royal" after a 1969 performance of the play In Celebration at the Royal Court Theatre in London. The meet-and-greet with Margaret and her then-husband, Lord Snowdon, happened to coincide with Cox's June 1 birthday, and the Scottish actor got a gift he could not have expected. "I was wearing a red shirt, given to me as a present by the director Lindsay Anderson, and looked very swish as I was introduced to HRH in a...
    Swedish police investigating the car crash death of a controversial artist who had survived multiple assassination attempts after drawing a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed cannot explain why his car was travelling so fast. Lars Vilks, 75, was killed Sunday when the police car he was travelling in veered onto the wrong side of the road and collided with a truck.  Both vehicles caught fire and the truck driver, 45, was taken to hospital with serious injuries, while the two police protection officers and Vilks were all killed. Investigators believe there were no external influences that led to the death of the artist and say the crash may have been caused by a burst tyre. But they are unable to explain why the car was travelling at around 100mph, witnesses say, in a 68mph zone. Lars Vilks, 75, was killed Sunday when the police car he was travelling in veered onto the wrong side of the road and collided with a truck Investigators believe there were no external influences that led to the death of the controversial artist Police chief...
    A rare piece of artwork, newly attributed to Vincent van Gogh, is going on display at the Amsterdam museum named after the Dutch master.  The 'new' Van Gogh drawing, called Study For 'Worn Out', dating from November 1882, is part of a Dutch private collection and was known only to a handful of people, including a few from the Van Gogh Museum. The owner, who remains anonymous, asked the museum to determine if the unsigned drawing was by Van Gogh. A rare new early artwork by Vincent van Gogh dating back to November 1882 (pictured) was discovered in private collection and is going on show at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam Senior researcher Teio Meedendorp said that from the style, to the materials used - a thick carpenter's pencil and coarse watercolour paper - it conformed to Van Gogh's Hague drawings. There were even traces of damage on the back linking it to the way Van Gogh used wads of starch to attach sheets of paper to drawing boards. 'It's quite rare for a new work to be...
    (CNN)Eight witnesses and a confession from the real perpetrator couldn't save Valentino Dixon from being handed a prison sentence of nearly 40 yeas for a crime he didn't commit. But a drawing of the famous 12th hole at Augusta National Golf Course did. The New York native was sentenced in 1992 for the fatal shooting of a man in downtown Buffalo in 1991. However, his drawings of well-known golf course holes, which he'd never seen before in person, saved him from serving his full sentence.His first commissioned drawing came at the request of a prison warden after Dixon had spent almost 20 years behind bars. And his rendition of Augusta's distinctive 12th hole sparked an idea in Dixon, whose appeals had been denied in all courts. Read More"I realized at some point: 'Hey, you may have to become one of the greatest artists to ever walk this earth in order to get acknowledgement on what happened to you on this wrongful conviction,'" Dixon told CNN's Living Golf.Dixon holds one of his golf drawings he created in prison.His art helped get...
    A DRAWING bought at a market for 73p turned out to be worth £10,000. Santiago Taute paid one US dollar for the abstract work in his native Ecuador in 2001. 3The drawing has been valued at £10,000Credit: SWNS:South West News Service 3Delia and Santiago pose with the work of artCredit: SWNS:South West News Service He emigrated and it spent two decades in a box before he took it out to show British wife Delia, 31, last year. The art fan saw it was by Brit Lee Hadwin, who sold a painting to Donald Trump for £100,000. She had the drawing valued. Most read in NewsROYAL UPSETMeg & Harry 'set to lose royal patronages' as Palace 'nervous’ about Oprah chatExclusive'GENTLEMAN'Sis of army officer 'stabbed to death' says bro 'didn't deserve it what he got'CROSSBOW ATTACKTeen fighting for life after being shot with a CROSSBOW at train stationHEIR THISMeg & Harry told Queen baby news - but palace 'caught off guard' by announcementSURGEON'S BATTLETop plastic surgeon 'too ill to talk to cops' a month after stab attackVALENTINE'S TRAGEDYDad-of-three ambulance worker, 41, dies...
    Eugenio Martinez, Watergate burglar pardoned by Reagan, dies at 98 What the Space Force is, and isnt When Tom Brady started winning Super Bowls, Patrick Mahomes was drawing rainbows In 2005, when one of this year’s Super Bowl quarterbacks was winning his third NFL title, and when he was dating a Hollywood actress, earning millions of dollars per year, the other was in Mrs. Gibson’s third grade class. “Hi, this is Patrick Mahomes and this is my story,” he wrote one day. “Next, I am going to tell you that I am nine years old.” The other quarterback, Tom Brady, was 27 years old at the time. He’d long been dicing secondaries and mingling with celebrities. Patrick, meanwhile, was learning to draw rainbows and flowers, and to spell tricky words at All Saints Episcopal School in Tyler, Texas. “Well, my favorite sports are baseball and basetball [sic],” he wrote. “Then I will have to tell you that I like people that talk a lot and are funny. Next, I am going to tell you that I eat a lot,...
    Some art experts believe a chalk depiction of Jesus Christ that appeared to have been hidden for centuries was created by Renaissance polymath Leonardo da Vinci, the Telegraph reported. Annalisa Di Maria is an Italian historian who has studied the work and believes the sketch was created by da Vinci, noting features of the sketch that match the 15th century artist’s modus operandi, according to the Telegraph.  Chalk drawing of Jesus Christ with striking similarities to Mona Lisa believed to be previously unknown work by Leonardo da Vinci https://t.co/IPK2ZIFm0U — Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) November 18, 2020 “It is a remarkably beautiful and refined work and I’m absolutely convinced it is a sketch by Leonardo,” Di Maria told the Telegraph. She specifically pointed to Christ’s posture in the sketch, which is drawn from a “three-quarters perspective” typical of da Vinci.  Di Maria told the outlet that tests have determined the material on which the sketch was drawn dates back to the 16th century.  “It has that dynamism and sense of movement that is typical of Leonardo,” she told the...
    A delicate wall carving of a curly-haired man on Florence's town hall could be the work of Michelangelo, a historian has claimed.  For years, tour guides in the Italian city have said the small outline of the man chiseled into the stone wall of the Palazzo Vecchio is by the famous artist and sculptor. Academics have dismissed the claims surrounding the graffiti, which is nicknamed L'Importuno di Michelango. But now, Andriano Marinazzo, a curator and historian at Virginia's Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William & Mary, has brought new evidence to the fore. The delicate wall carving (pictured) of a curly-haired man on Florence's town hall, known as Palazzo Vecchio, could be the work of Michelangelo, a historian has claimed A drawing of a curly haired man by Michelangelo can be spotted in the picture above if you look carefully. The small is just above the drawing which is similar to the 'David' sculpture A zoomed in image of the curly haired man with similarities to the Florene carving  For years, tour guides...
    At nearly 16 inches tall and more than 10 inches wide, the PlayStation 5 is a very large video game console. Sizable, some might say. Beefy. But, would you believe it was almost even bigger? Love or hate the design, the PS5’s notable chonk is undeniable. According to designer Yujin Morisawa, in an interview published Monday by the Washington Post, the original drawings depicted an even more colossal device. “I knew it was going to be larger because I know how much power there was going to be,” he said, “so I knew how much air flow you would need and how much space for a heat sink. In the beginning, when I started drawing, it was much larger even though I didn’t know what engineering was going to do. It’s kind of funny that engineering actually told me it’s too big. So, I actually had to shrink it down a little bit from the first drawing.” While some have compared the profile of the PS5 to The Lord of the Rings’ Barad-dûr (atop which sits the all-seeing Eye of...
    A pair of winning New Jersey Lottery tickets were sold in Bergen and Somerset counties. Tickets matching four of the five white balls and the Powerball for the Saturday, June 27 drawing were sold at 7-Eleven on State Street in Hackensack and QuickChek on Union Avenue in Bridgewater. The winning numbers were: 09, 36, 49, 56, and 62. The Red Power Ball was 08, and the Multiplier number was 02. Each of the lucky winners will take home the $50,000 third-tier prize. The Powerball jackpot now totals $51 million, and the next drawing will be held on Wednesday, July 1 at 10:59 p.m.
    Twitter has permanently banned an infamous pro-Trump meme creator citing copyright infringements.  The creator, who goes by the online persona of 'Carpe Donktum', was behind a number of viral clips using footage from news pieces or popular online memes to create short videos with a pro-Trump, anti-main-stream-media leaning.   Carpe Donktum's videos had been shared by President Trump himself, bolstering the account's number of followers and gaining thousands of conservative fans online.  At the time of the suspension he had around 270,000 followers on Twitter, but the videos had been seen by millions. However, the Twitter account has now been permanently banned from the website because of repeated copyright infringements due to his use of videos from the likes of CNN and other news sources.  'We respond to valid copyright complaints sent to us by a copyright owner or their authorized representatives. The account was permanently suspended for repeated violations of this policy,' a Twitter spokesman said to Fox News.   President Trump shared a doctored video with a CNN chyron that reads: 'Terrified toddler runs from racist baby'. Trump's tweet...
    Donald Trump used the term “Kung Flu” again on Tuesday when making reference to the coronavirus, reportedly drawing applause and cheers from the crowd inside a Phoenix mega church. Trump had stoked controversy for using the term during a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, over the weekend, despite some top White House officials having previously referred to that phrase as “very offensive.” Many critics have decried the phrase as racist as well, noting that the association with China has led to some racially charged attacks against Asian-Americans during the coronavirus crisis. As MSNBC producer Kyle Griffin tweeted on Tuesday, Trump’s use of the phrase at his rally on Tuesday was met with cheers. As The Independent reported, White House aide Kellyanne Conway had previously condemned the use of the phrase earlier this year. In speaking with reporters, Conway was asked about rumors that some White House staff were referring to the coronavirus by the term “Kung Flu,” drawing anger from Trump’s former campaign manager and current top aide. At the time, Conway pressed the reporter to name exactly who had been...
    A person found a racist message and drawing Tuesday morning at the Port of Oakland, and police are investigating, a spokesman for the Port said. The message, which was viewed by this news organization, contains a racial epithet over a drawing of a person wearing the outfit of the Ku Klux Klan. Related Articles Lee: U.S. must address reality of racial discrimination and inequality Destruction of Junipero Serra statues puts California missions on edge, others work on educating about colonial history NASCAR says a noose was found in Bubba Wallace’s garage stall at Talladega Superspeedway East Bay college professor put on leave after allegedly asking student to “Anglicize” her name Opinion: After George Floyd protests, police chiefs say, “We hear you” Oakland police did not immediately return messages seeking information on the incident. Port of Oakland spokesman Mike Zampa confirmed that police were contacted and investigating but had no other information Tuesday. Check back for updates.
    A cop sparked outrage in suburban Atlanta by pulling his gun on five young teens for more than four minutes — with a growing band of angry onlookers screaming at him to “let them babies go.” The officer drew his gun at the youngsters — who had been spotted with what turned out to be a realistic-looking BB gun — making them stand for several minutes with their hands in the air in Jonesboro. It soon led to a large group of onlookers screaming abuse at him Monday — at the same time as protests continued over the deadly police shooting of Rayshard Brooks at a Wendy’s drive-thru just 15 miles away. “Sir, please — please let them babies go,” one woman begged the Clayton County cop in a video posted to social media. “Why you have to have a gun out? They kids. They f–king kids!” a woman screamed at him, as the crowd grew both larger and angrier. One man yelled that the youngsters — still stationary with their hands up — were “probably not even 16, 17,”...
    Just two weeks before Atlanta police Chief Erika Shields resigned amid Saturday protests over a black man fatally shot by an Atlanta police officer late Friday night, she was drawing praise in the national media. Journalists and commentators were impressed in late May as Shields engaged with protesters following George Floyd’s police-custody death in Minneapolis. The chief walked among crowds of protesters in Atlanta in the wake of Floyd's May 25 death, listening to their concerns and promising to work toward change in how police officers interact with the community. "I hear you. I've heard from so many people who can't sleep. They're terrififed, they're crying, they're worried for their children," she said late last month during one exchange with people expressing concern about police brutality. She said the officers involved in George Floyd's killing in Minneapolis should be charged and appeared at Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' side as the mayor made an impassioned plea for protesters to go home when when riots started over Floyd's killing. Shields also fired two officers caught on video May 30 in a hostile confrontation with two college students whose car was stuck...
    SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (KGO) -- A Marin community is coming together after what they're calling a racist tirade was caught on camera.The now viral-video shows a man we're choosing not to identify, yell expletives at a group of about ten adults and children on the evening of June 2 who were using chalk to write message of support for Black Lives Matter after the killing of George Floyd.RELATED: Get the latest updates on George Floyd protests in the Bay AreaThe man is seen yelling "F**k you and f**k you...don't let our kids see there's graffiti all over our f**king streets!" He continues to shout "Black lives matter? How about ALL lives matter!?" and at one point aggressively approaches one person."I was just kind of taken aback. It was sort of ridiculous and I really wasn't expecting it, honestly." says 18-year-old Jesse Rodriguez.His mother Jeanenne Ray was one of several who recorded the incident."It was really upsetting and I was scared. I was also scared for my kids," said Ray.WATCH LIVE: George Floyd protests, briefings planned in San Francisco Bay AreaThe...
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