Chalk and drawings on the ground, close-up

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LAKEWOOD – Just hours after the city of Lakewood had to remove swastikas that were painted on a street and driveway, some members of the community congregated to cover the pavement with love.

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Rep. Nickie Antonio rounded up several children to drive out hate with a new message. All it took was three boxes of chalk.

The children used the chalk to draw messages of love and unity on the sidewalk and driveway on Belle Avenue, where a homeowner found a pair of swastikas painted in the driveway Wednesday morning.

Another swastika was painted in the middle of the street.



Article Courtesy of WKYC Channel 3 News Cleveland

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First and Second Tweet and Second and Third Picture Courtesy of WKYC Channel 3 News Cleveland

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