Reader: It Wasn't Just Black Kids Causing Problems at Tower City

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I am an employee in the Tower City Mall, and your article was uncalled for, unjust, and basically you’re being very biased in your thinking ["Pragmatic Racism," November 28]. It wasn’t just white women who were scared. There were black women who were scared also. But that doesn’t matter. We’re not talking about a black and white issue, sweetie. We’re talking about the issue of kids period. I’ve seen the majority of the white kids down here doing things too with pink, black and blue hair. To me your article, we could use another one. Get more evidence before you write an article about this. Anonymous phone call

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