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They Barred Them from Her Book Signing Party

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I have no sympathy for those who dared to turn those away, when the door was open to others. I have not sympathy for the lies once told and those that are still being told today, especially when it stops someone from their livelihood.

I have no sympathy for those who will not respect the color of our skin, or refuse to open a door because we don't look like them.

I have no sympathy whether it's a diner, a club, or a restaurant that would deny us entrance or even to a pool, when we have paid for the use of such a space.

I have no sympathy for those who would close a door in our faces because they are ill tempered; they should find some other place of employment where they don't have to open a door for us.

I have no sympathy because this is our country and laws were made for both of us to obey.

If they did not obey the laws, they you should pay. They should pay damages for all of those laws which they have broken, and for those they have shamed and humiliated.

If these allegations are the true, I hope that they will be required to pay compensatory damages. New York City and this country don't need anymore people or groups raising their ugly heads.

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