FLEMINGTON — Following a heated council meeting in September regarding condemning racism in the borough, a newly drafted anti-racism resolution unanimously passed on Oct. 10.
After borough resident Tim Hester spoke out about the lack of immediate response in Flemington to condemn white supremacy and other hate groups following events in Charlottesville council members vowed to support a resolution.
Members of the Hunterdon County Anti-Racism Coalition, Councilman Brian Swingle and Councilwoman Brooke Liebowitz worked with Hester to draft the resolution, titled “Rejecting the Message of All Hate Groups.”
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Source: NJ.com Hunterdon