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The messages have left some neighbors offended.
“In the past, people put hoods on to say their racial messages, now they just feel like they can just show up and say it to anybody at any time,” neighbor Travis Glahn told Channel 2 Action News.
It’s unclear why the flyers were left in Candler Park, which is largely known as a progressive neighborhood that welcomes diversity.
“... this is obviously not the kind of place that they’re going to find people to join their crusade,” Cathy Stephens, a visitor to the adjacent Little Five Points neighborhood, told the television station.
Atlanta police said no police reports were filed, according to Channel 2.
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