A Black Lives Matter Sign Was Stolen From A Cockeysville Home. The Community Bought Hundreds More To Replace It

After a Black Lives Matter sign was stolen from a home in Cockeysville, hundreds more were ordered to replace it. Living on a fairly busy street across from an elementary school, Lana Hill gets a good amount of foot traffic outside her home. “I felt like it was important for everyone to know they’re welcome here in this neighborhood,” Hill said. She did that with a Black Lives Matter sign. She stuck it on her lawn where it sat for about three weeks until she woke up one morning to find it missing. (WJZ-TV)

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