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Author: Arno Arr Michaelis IV

A legacy of relentless optimism in response to hate crime

Groton, Massachusetts and Oak Creek, Wisconsin have a lot in common. Both are quintessential American towns, embodying middle-class values and work ethic. The kind of places where anyone would be happy to raise a family. Decent jobs and great schools are the norm, as are nice grocery stores and quaint shops. The citizens are good, hard-working people, and good neighbors, happy to lend each other a hand and get together for weekend BBQ or a football game. For generations, diversity meant going to a different denomination Christian church or having ancestors from a different part of Europe. The few...

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