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  • Turning lemons into lemonade in response to racism

    In response to a Saturday white supremacist concert in the Boise area, the Idaho Black History Museum hosted a community gathering at the Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial. “We wanted to turn their sour, their hate, into something sweet (which is) our support of diversity,” says organizer Tanisha Newton, with Boise State’s Inclusive Excellence Student Council.

Turning lemons into lemonade in response to racism

In response to a Saturday white supremacist concert in the Boise area, the Idaho Black History Museum hosted a community gathering at the Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial. “We wanted to turn their sour, their hate, into something sweet (which is) our support of diversity,” says organizer Tanisha Newton, with Boise State’s Inclusive Excellence Student Council.
Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com