When Crystal Rose heard July 14, 2017 about anti-refugee graffiti at Boise's The Goodness Land restaurant, she and her young daughter, Ember, hurried over there to write a positive message in chalk. Many other Boiseans showed up to show support for the Iraqi refugee who owns the eatery and counter the hateful rhetoric. Kristin Rodine krodine@idahostatesman.com
When Crystal Rose heard July 14, 2017 about anti-refugee graffiti at Boise's The Goodness Land restaurant, she and her young daughter, Ember, hurried over there to write a positive message in chalk. Many other Boiseans showed up to show support for the Iraqi refugee who owns the eatery and counter the hateful rhetoric. Kristin Rodine krodine@idahostatesman.com

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2 days earlier, there was a swastika. Now, chalk spells out ‘love’ and ‘unity’

July 14, 2017 4:19 PM

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