Hate Group Litters Town with Anti-Semitic Propaganda

Source: The Boston Globe

On August 23, 2001, The Boston Globe reported that “in response to racist and anti-Semitic leaflets dumped on lawns across town [in Sharon, Mass.]…, civic leaders have announced a candlelight vigil against the hateful messages in the town center…[The planned] vigil is similar to one that drew hundreds after several synagogue windows in Sharon were shattered more than two years ago.”


Hate Group Litters Town with Anti-Semitic Propaganda

Source: The Boston Globe

On August 19, 2001, The Boston Globe reported that
“as many as 1,000 packets of racist and anti-Semitic
propaganda were dropped on lawns across [the
predominantly Jewish town of Sharon, Mass.]…
signed by a West Virginia-based hate group called the
National Alliance…Rob Leikend, director of the
Anti-Defamation League of New England, described the
National Alliance as ‘one of the more sophisticated’
groups promoting hate against blacks, Jews, and immigrants…
He called the contents ‘classic Nazi hate theories.’…Other
Boston suburbs have been targetted in the last several years…’Instead of
dividing people,’ [said one Sharon resident], ‘this kind of thing brings people together
to work for tolerance.'”